Alabama Gives Offer To 8th Grade QB Kaden Martin, Son Of USC OC Tee Martin
© Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports
Alabama has given 8th grader Kaden Martin an offer. Kaden is the son of former Tennessee QB and current USC offensive coordinator Tee Martin. He shared the news on Twitter...

It's actually his second offer. The first coming from...

Yep, Lane Kiffin always one step behind ya Nick.
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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I wonder what these "offers" look like. No doubt the kid will probably be a great player. Helps to have great genes and a coach for a father
Reply5 months
Nick is just looking at bringing in his next OC
Reply5 months
Nick won't even be around then.
Reply5 months
I am certainly not anti social media, but am I the only one who finds it ridiculous that parents allow an 8th grader to have a twitter account? Instagram or Snapchat, I suppose you can hardly avoid it, but seriously, what positive outcome can come from a middle school tweet platform? The 18-22 year old set has already proven they can't really handle it!
Reply5 months
Ridiculous to offer middle schoolers. Should no be allowed until junior year at earliest.
Reply5 months
Why did he get two offers from Bama?
Reply5 months
Does anybody else find it just a tad creepy that schools are tracking 8th graders?
Reply5 months
Nick will be retired before this kid is in college unless he graduates 3 years early.
Reply5 months
I wish they would make it so the kids could sign when offered. I'd love yo see the university have yo honor it's offer, even if the kid doesn't play in high school. That would cut this shite out Kids need to be kids...not walk around getting texts from coaches
Reply5 months
that's the most dumbest thing in the world. this kid is in 8 grade. do you know how many times he will change his mind about something. he's just a kid.
Reply5 months
That’d be Nick following up Lane there Larry
Reply5 months
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