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His 12 starts marked the second-most by a Vol in 2014, only behind senior Nick Williams (13 starts), while his 63.2 innings pitched were third-most among Vol pitchers.
Allowed just one hit and struck out two over 3.0 innings in the Vols' season opener against Purdue (Feb. 16).
Earned his first collegiate win, throwing 3.0 shutout innings allowing only three hits and striking out four against La Salle (March 4).
Tossed 2.2 shutout innings, earning his second win, at Arizona State (March 8).
Boasting an impressive 0.73 ERA through 12.1 innings of work, he gave up the first run of his collegiate career at Missouri (March 15) while receiving a no decision.
Was charged with his first loss as a Vol against Auburn (March 22) tossing 6.0 innings while allowing only one earned run and striking out two.
Allowed only one earned run through 5.1 innings while receiving a no decision at South Carolina (March 29).
Recorded his third win of the season while throwing 2.1 shutout innings during a 6-3 win at LSU (April 26).
Recorded a career-best eight strikeouts on May 1 against Kentucky, despite allowing seven runs (one earned) over 6.0 innings of work in the Vols' 15-1 loss.
Picked up the win on May 9 at Mississippi State, allowing two runs on six hits in 6.1 innings with five punchouts.
Received no-decision in his final regular season start following his 7.0 innings of work against Florida (May 15), giving up four runs on seven hits before the club's 6-5 loss in extra innings.
Threw 3.0 innings and surrendered three runs (two earned) on six hits against Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament (Hoover, Ala.).
Ranked by Perfect Game as the No. 6 overall product in the state of Tennessee and the 161st-best nationally.
Tabbed the 46th-best right-handed pitcher in the country by Perfect Game.
Earned Rawlings Southeast Regional First Team All-America honors as a senior.
Perfect Game Underclass All-American Honorable Mention as a junior.
The Blaze's ace had a 1.54 ERA with 60 strikeouts in 68 innings pitched in 2013.
Went 17-4 with 165 strikeouts in his first three years at Blackman.
Lowered his ERA to a 1.31 as a junior and was named all-district and all-Mid State.
Third Blackman player to sign with a SEC team over the last two years following Mississippi State's Ross Mitchell and Zander Wiel of Vanderbilt.
Born Dec. 14, 1994
Son of Keith and Lisa Martin
Has two siblings, Casey and Scout
Majoring in Communications
Recipient of the Caleb Kelley Athletic Endowed Scholarship and the Harrison Construction Athletic Endowment