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Emerson Martin

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Emerson Martin
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Personal information
Born: (1970-05-06) May 6, 1970 (age 49)
Elizabethtown, North Carolina
Height:6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight:302 lb (137 kg)
Career information
Career history
Career NFL statistics
Games Started:1
Player stats at

Emerson Floyd Martin (born May 6, 1970) is a retired American football player who played two game with the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League (NFL) during the team's expansion year of 1995.

Martin was signed by the Panthers in January 1995.[1] Martin played at guard for two games in 1995, earning one start. He was released in October 1995.[2] Martin later played with the Mobile Admirals in the short-lived Regional Football League in 1999.[3]

After his playing career, Martin moved into coaching, landing his first job with the AFL Carolina Cobras. Emerson later moved into college football where he is well-known for coaching offensive & defensive linemen. Emerson Martin is known for his dynamic recruiting abilities, believes in recruiting athletes he can develop into rising stars, and building relationships with alumni, boosters, and parents. Many of the nations top college programs recruit athletes from Emerson program Players 2 Pros, LLC. Emerson has developed an placed several athletes in Division 1 (FBS), Division 1 (FCS) & Division II.

Martin had build a well-respected program at Village Christian Academy in Fayetteville, North Carolina before the program was shutdown due to accusations of recruiting by the institution. Emerson Martin build a championship program in two years at the private institution leading the program to two straight state championship appearances back to back. After Emerson was terminated from Village Christian he later went to the Indianapolis Colts as a Bill Walsh Intern. Emerson Martin is ready to move back into the college football setting as a Head Football Coach. Division 1 (FCS) programs will definitely look at Emerson as a prime candidate to lead an institution to success in 2019-2020. If he is able to land a job it will be very interesting to see all the prospects he will bring to a college campus this fall.

Coaching Experience
  • AFL Carolina Cobras, Assistant Football Coach Raleigh, NC
  • East Bladen High School, Assistant Football Coach, Elizabethtown, NC
  • Saint Augustine University, Assistant Football Coach Raleigh, NC
  • Athens Drive High School, Raleigh, NC
  • CEO, Players 2 Pros, LLC, Raleigh, NC (
  • Village Christian Academy, Fayetteville, NC (Head Football Coach)
  • Indianapolis Colts Bill Walsh Intern
National Football League (NFL) Offensive Lineman
  • 1995-1999 Pittsburgh Steelers
  • 1997-1998 – NFL Europe Pittsburgh Steelers (Linemen of the Year)
  • 1995 – Carolina Panthers
  • 1994 – Kansas City Chiefs
  • All CIAA first team 1992, 1993
  • Black College All-American 1992, 1993
  • Little College All-American 1992, 1993
  • Associated Press Division II All-American 1992, 1993
  • Kodak All-American 1993
  • NFL Coaching Intern Programs

YouTube Encyclopedic

  • 1/3
  • ✪ Martin Emerson Highlights #43 Rivals Camp Series Mobile 2018
  • ✪ Martin Emerson Step It Up Combine Pensacola, Fla 2017
  • ✪ GPTV: Martin Emerson talks first career interception



  1. ^ "PANTHERS ACQUIRE 2 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN". Charlotte Observer. January 7, 1995. Retrieved January 13, 2011.
  2. ^ "Yeboah-Kodie a Panther". The Post and Courier. October 11, 1995. Retrieved January 13, 2011.
  3. ^ "Sherman Williams gets RFL football honors". Pensacola News Journal. June 23, 1999. p. 39. Retrieved January 29, 2019 – via
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