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  Brodric Martin came on strong at the tail end of his first year at Western Kentucky and parlayed that into a strong spring. Now, the redshirt senior defensive tackle who came to Bowling Green by way of North Alabama is ready to take on a bigger role as the Hilltoppers head into the 2022 season. "Honestly, that was probably the best thing to ever happen to me," Martin said when asked about his late 2021 success. "At the end of the season, it helped me with my confidence. I feel like the confidence is probably like 70% of this football thing, or what I do. It definitely helped a lot." Martin played in all 14 of WKU's games last year after spending the previous three seasons at North Alabama. In 2021 with the Hilltoppers, the Tuscaloosa, Ala., native had 31 tackles, with 4.5 for loss and 2.5 sacks. He also had a breakup, quarterback hurry and fumble recovery.

His best performances came late in the year, though. He was a team captain for WKU's Nov. 13 game at Rice and, in a Conference USA East Division-clinching win at Marshall, Martin had three tackles, with half a tackle for loss, plus a fumble recovery in a crucial situation. After the Herd had gone ahead 14-0 early, DeAngelo Malone hit Marshall quarterback Grant Wells to force the fumble, which Martin recovered, and WKU went on to score 36 unanswered points in the 53-21 victory. He followed it with a seven-tackle performance, including half a sack, in the Hilltoppers' C-USA championship game loss to UTSA at the Alamodome, and finished the season with three tackles - with a team-high two sacks - in WKU's 59-38 Boca Raton Bowl victory over Appalachian State. - BG Daily News

rSr/2023 DT Brodric MartinWestern Kentucky
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