Syracuse football recruiting: Former Toldeo CB Jordan Martin to transfer to SU

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 19, 2017 at 9:40 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21 Former Toledo cornerback Jordan Martin will transfer to Syracuse, he confirmed to The Daily Orange Sunday night.’s Stephen Bailey first reported the news.The 6-foot-3, 205-pounder will join the Orange as a graduate transfer and have one season of eligibility. In three seasons at Toledo, Martin tallied 74 tackles, 4.5 for loss, 11 pass deflections, two forced fumbles and an interception. He entered 2016, his senior year, listed as co-No. 1 at cornerback in the preseason depth chart.Martin will join Syracuse this summer after he graduates from Toledo in May.“I feel like I’ve got a lot of experience under my belt,” Martin said. “I can come in and be a Day 1 impact player.”After Martin got a release from Toledo, he sent his film to SU head coach Dino Baber’s coaching staff. Martin said he played against Babers’ Bowling Green teams, rivals with Toledo, and grew interested in playing for him. Martin visited the SU campus March 11-13 and said he liked the staff.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMartin joins fellow graduate transfer Devin Butler, a former cornerback at Notre Dame. Syracuse spring practice begins Tuesday morning. Commentslast_img read more

Arts Walk Maps Now Available

first_imgSubmitted by City of OlympiaGrab your guide to the 2014 Spring Arts Walk in downtown Olympia – April 25 & 26!  Arts Walk maps are available at participating downtown businesses, The Olympia Center (222 Columbia St NW), and City Hall (601 4th Ave E). Digital maps and the new interactive mobile app can also be found at spring Arts Walk also includes the spectacular Procession of the Species, an artistic and environmental celebration presented by Earthbound Productions,  The Procession begins at 4:30pm on Saturday. Due to the popularity of the Procession, it is extremely important for individuals to pay close attention to street closures and tow away zones.As part of your planning for festival-going, consider your transportation options. Area residents have the option to bus, bike, or walk to the event. Transit information as well as individualized trip planning for bus, bike and walk routes is available at Walk is sponsored by the City of Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation Department and Olympia Arts Commission, with support provided by Art House Designs, Capitol City Press, Heritage Bank, InterCity Transit and MIXX 96fm.For more information, contact Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation at 360.753.8380. Facebook86Tweet0Pin0last_img read more