Javonte Martin - 2012
JUNIOR (2012): Totaled 10 tackles and two pass break ups over 10 games and one start... Posted a tackle and a pass break up in the season opener against Jacksonville (9/1)... Made two stops against Wofford (10/13)... Posted a season-high four tackles against Howard (11/10).
SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in one game against Tusculum (9/10)... Started on the White team in the spring game... Totaled two stops and a pass break up.
FRESHMAN (2010): Saw action in secondary and on special teams in nine games... at Chattanooga, had six total tackles (4U, 2A) and had one pass broken up... picked up two solo tackles in win over Elon.
PREP: Tampa Tribune and St. Pete Times All-County first team as a senior... garnered second-team honors from Tampa Tribune and honorable mention recognition from St. Pete Times as a junior... voted top corner in the state of Florida as a junior and senior...helped Panthers to 13-1 record and state championship as a senior... part of the 14-1 Plant state championship team as a junior... finished career at Plant with 112 total tackles including 81 solos with 10 interceptions and 50 pass break-ups... also had 13 career tackles for loss... recorded 53 total tackles with 42 solo in senior season... also had three interceptions and 23 pass break-ups... recorded 46 total tackles (30 solo) with five interceptions and 24 pass break-ups as a junior... won Playmaker award as a junior... All-Suncoast first team in 2009 following honorable mention status in 2008... All-Western Conference first team pick as a senior and second team selection as a junior... grabbed two interceptions to go along with 13 total tackles (nine solo) and three pass break-ups... Panthers were 53-4 during his career... first four-year varsity letterman under Coach Robert J. Weiner... team captain... also won three letters in track and field... member of the 4x100 All-County relay.
PERSONAL: Born in Tampa, Fla., on July 24, 1991...parents are Leroy Blue and Sonya White... has three siblings, Rashad, Simone and Tyrell... he most admires his brother Tyrell because “without him he would not be the person he is today”... listens to “Let’s Go Get Em” by Iceberg before games and practices.