Tate Martell has picked-up another National Player of the Year honor. Martell, who earlier this year was named the National High School Coaches Association/High School Football America National Senior Football Player of the Year, is the Maxwell Football Club’s National High School Player of the Year.
Martell, who is already enrolled at Ohio State, finished his high school football career with a perfect 45-0 record as a starter.
Martell beat-out running back Cam Akers of Clinton HS (Mississippi), running back Najee Harris of Antioch HS (California), receiver Darnay Holmes of Calabasas HS (California), linebacker Dylan Moses of IMG Academy (Florida) and defensive lineman Jaelan Phillips of Redlands East Valley HS (California) for the award.
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