Former Kansas Forward Cam Martin Transfers To Boise State
Boise State making moves in the transfer portal
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What To Expect From Martin
Former Kansas forward Cam Martin is set to join Boise State’s roster as a transfer for next season.
Martin will play his final year of college basketball at Boise State. Martin entered the transfer portal on March 20. This will mark the third school Martin has played for. Before he attended Kansas in 2021, Martin was a star Division II player at Missouri Southern State.
While at Kansas, he redshirted during the 2021-2022 season. In 2022-2023, Martin saw action in three games for the Jayhawks and played a total of six minutes.
With Martin’s latest move, he will be looking for a bigger role within a program. One important part of Martin’s decision making process to transfer to Boise State was that he will be joined by his brother, Alex Martin, who will be a freshman walk-on at Boise State in 2023.
It was a non-negotiable for Martin to transfer to a school that would also take in his younger brother. Boise State was open to the package deal and Martin chose to finish his college career playing for Boise State head coach Leon Rice.
Martin will hope to bolster Boise State’s offense next season. He was unable to make a significant impact at Kansas, but he will have an opportunity to play a key role with the Broncos. He will head into Boise State with 2,155 career points between Missouri Southern State and Kansas.
He will join a Boise State team that is coming off its second consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. Martin’s presence in the program could continue Boise State’s momentum heading into next year.