Tate Martell, oft-traveled QB, reportedly moves on from UNLV
Tate Martell, who has made multiple transfers around college football, has reportedly moved on to a new interest.
Joe Arrigo, a co-founder of Franchise Sports Media in Las Vegas, revealed that Martell is retired from football and moving on to business ventures, and Arrigo added, “it’s about to blow up.”
Martell’s college career began at Ohio State, when he played in 6 games in the 2018 season, and then transferred to Miami where he played 3 games in the 2019 season, and was on the roster into 2020 before he transferred to UNLV, his hometown where he went to high school power Bishop Gorman.
He appeared in 2 games this past season in Las Vegas, as 4 quarterbacks played for the Rebels. He attempted 6 passes, and completed 2 of them.
He is grateful for @coacharroyo and UNLV for giving him a chance.
I would also keep an eye on what tate has going on business wise, it’s about to blow up.
— Joe Arrigo (@joearrigofsm) January 18, 2022