"Tony Brown was out there, too. I was playing pool with Speedy and he liked the game. He said it was a great atmosphere. Tony Brown is a great dude who is from my area. I think he's going to LSU or Alabama."
Martin talked about the thrilling game that was dubbed an instant classic.
"I felt A&M should've won," Martin said. "The turnovers and little things will get you beat. Wide receiver Mike Evans can ball. He didn't drop any passes.
"I was very happy to be in Aggieland. I talked with Coach (Clarence) McKinney and Coach (Terry) Price. They really like me, and I hope next time to get an offer."
Martin and his Memorial teammates beat Houston Westside last week.
"The season is going good," he said. "I'm having a great year. Against Westside, our coaches kept me their linebackers were blitzing inside so I ran outside. Watching film had helped us see their tendencies on defense."
Martin rushed for well over 100 yards and scored twice for Memorial, which hosts 2-1 Bellaire (Houston) this week.