Port Arthur (Tx.) Memorial 2016 standout Kameron Martin has been a popular man in recent weeks.
The 5-foot-10, 160-pound speedster has picked up six big offers since this past Thursday to push his offer list to 20, a staggering number for a player who is not yet out of the spring semester of his sophomore year of high school.
California offered Martin on Thursday before a four-offer Friday propelled him to 19 offers. Tennessee started the Friday frenzy, which continued with offers from Florida State, Louisville, and Notre Dame.
Martin hit the 20-offer plateau Monday when Clemson extended an offer.
Scout.com has rated Martin as a four-star running back prospect. He finished the 2013 season, his sophomore campaign, with 1,027 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns on 7.3 yards per carry.
Martin possesses the requisite short-area burst and acceleration you'd expect from a small-framed back. He's tough to handle in the open field, but at the same time, he displays impressive balance and strength, occasionally absorbing hits from larger players while being able to bounce off and recover to gain additional yardage.
Martin could become the type of player who is moved around on offense, sometimes carrying the ball from the backfield, sometimes lining up in the slot. Regardless, he should be a nice offensive weapon at the next level.