No One Can Believe Tate Martell’s Real Name Is Tathan

Ruben Hill
January 11, 2019

Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell is exploring the idea of transferring after he entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal this week, and there has already been speculation about where he might end up.

Martell redshirted his freshman season before backing up Dwayne Haskins in 2018. He was expected to take over the starting job for Ohio State next season, but the transfer of ex-Georgia quarterback Justin Fields signaled uncertainty for Martell's time in Columbus.

Martell, a former four-star prospect and the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback in the class of 2017, completed 23-of-28 passes for 269 yards and one touchdown in 2018, and added 128 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

Miami is one school, according to a source, that could have interest in the Las Vegas native. The quarterback initially committed to both Washington and Texas A&M before reversing his commitment from both programs and joining Ohio State.

Keep in mind that Martell would have to sit out a year unless he is granted a waiver by the NCAA, but those seem to be much easier to come by nowadays.

"I am just going to tell you - if anyone comes in, it's going to".

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