March 29, 2012
A packaged deal
Caleb Martin and Cody Martin want to keep the twin trend going by joining forces on the hardwood in college, which was set by Jarron and Jason Collins at Stanford and continued by Marcus and Markieff Morris at Kansas and David and Travis Wear at UCLA and North Carolina previously.
The hype for the 2014 wing prospects from Davie County (NC) is rising after NC State, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest offered them scholarships, while Clemson, Georgetown, North Carolina, Ohio State and Providence and more are showing interest.
"I think Wake Forest [is showing the most interest] right now," Cody Martin. "I'm just keeping all of my options open."
Like his brother, Caleb Martin is keeping his options open too, and is in no rush to make a decision.
Jeff Battle is recruiting the Martin twins for Wake Forest.
"He's come to a lot of our games," Caleb Martin said. "He's a real cool coach. He's nice to be around, just an overall good guy, and a coach that had a tough year this year, but everybody has tough years [and] tough games. He'll be alright."
Cody Martin likes the approach Battle is taking to their recruitment, and added that Wake is keeping it close.
The 6-foot-7 swingmen led Davie County (NC) to an appearance in the semi-final round of the state playoffs and a 23-7 finish.
Both said they are working this off-season to get stronger, improve their ball-handling and shooting.
They are very versatile, and have the ability to switch from the wing to the paint.
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