Posted On: 09/28/18 2:27 PM

A 6-foot-4 guard from Silverado, Tre’Von Martin now has two Division I offers to his name, and could have a slew more by this time next year.

A versatile junior, Martin is able to play nearly every position on the floor. And says he’s been working of late to become the best teammate he can be.

“I’ve been working on playing off the ball and trying to get my teammates better, like setting better screens,” he said. “And I’ve been working on getting a better shot.”

Martin spent his spring and summer playing with one of the West’s best grassroots teams, Las Vegas Punishers 17U.

“I think I could have done a little better, I think I could have helped my team out a little more,” said Martin. “But at the end of the day, I still played my hardest.”

And with his junior season at Silverado just around the corner, he says getting a ring is all he’s concerned with.

It’s all about winning for Martin.

“Our main priority is to get a ring this year. And I’ll play a lot of different roles, I’ll play the one through five, so I’m working on all positions,” he said.

This past summer, Southern Mississippi became the second D1 to offer. He added that to his existing Tennessee Tech offer. Portland, Pepperdine and Eastern Washington are showing some interest as a well.

“My goals are to be better this year, and hopefully get some more recruitment,” said Martin. “And really, I just want to be a part of a championship team.”