Coach Martin went to school and graduated from Warren County High School in 1997 where he was all district in district 7AAA as a 2nd baseman. Signed with Jackson State Community College after High School and graduated with a Associate's degree. He was a 2 year starter at 3rd base and was All Conference his sophomore year where he hit .367 and 6 homeruns. During his 2 year tenure at Jackson State Martin hit a total of 4 grand slams. In 2000, Martin signed at Middle Tennessee State University. During his 3 year stay at MTSU, arm injuries hampered his career by having 3 straight season ending arm surgeries. In 2004, Martin graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education/Health from MTSU. He worked as an assistant to Warren County High School from 2004-2007 while teaching in Warren County School System. In 2010, Martin took the Head Coaching baseball position at Warren County Middle School where he coached for 4 years. During his tenure, Warren County Middle School compiled a total of 48-17 record with 1 regular season championship and 1 conference tournament championship with 3 straight trips to the championship game. In 2015, Martin was hired as the Head Baseball Coach at Coffee County High school and teaches Health and Physical Education at the High School. Martin is entering his 3rd season as Head Baseball Coach for the Coffee County Central High School Red Raiders. Martin's grandfather (Jack Martin), is a former college baseball coach at Jackson State Community College. He held the record for the highest winning percentage for the state of Tennessee in community college. Jack Martin was elected to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in 1992 with the class featuring Johnny Majors and Wilma Rudolph. Martin looks to his grandfather as a mentor and a person he values as a human being and says his grandfather had a huge impact on who he is a person and coach. Martin has 3 children by names of Caroline, Jax, and Blakely and is married to Tenara Martin who teaches in Warren County School System.