Finished his career at Clemson ranked No. 6 in school history in receptions (181) and No. 12 in receiving yards (2,144).
Was one of only five players at Clemson from 2000-20 to record a rushing touchdown, a receiving TD and a TD on a punt return.
Earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors as a senior in 2020 after recording career highs in receptions (77), receiving yards (1,020) and receiving TDs (seven).
During the 2020 season, became the first player in school history to register six-plus receptions in seven straight games.
Earned honorable mention All-ACC recognition at both WR and as an all-purpose player as a junior in 2019.
Was named Mr. Football at the 4A level in the state of Tennessee in both his junior and senior seasons, finishing his career at Knoxville (Tenn.) Catholic High School with 3,498 receiving yards and 47 TD catches.
His father, Tee Martin, who played quarterback at Tennessee and led the Volunteers to a national title in 1998, is currently the WRs coach for the Baltimore Ravens.
Appeared in 16 games with one start and posted four catches for 45 yards (11.3 avg.), an 11-yard carry and 20 punt returns for 166 yards (8.3 avg.) with eight fair catches.
Had 11 kickoff returns for 199 yards (18.1 avg.) and registered two tackles on special teams.
Selected by the Packers in the third round (No. 85 overall) of the 2021 NFL Draft, just the second WR drafted out of Clemson in franchise history (Gary Barnes, third round in 1962).
2021 SEASON: Appeared in 16 games with one start and posted four catches for 45 yards (11.3 avg.), an 11-yard carry and 20 punt returns for 166 yards (8.3 avg.) with eight fair catches...Also had 11 kickoff returns for 199 yards (18.1 avg.) and registered two tackles on special teams…Was placed on reserve/COVID-19 on Dec. 27 and was sidelined in Week 17 vs. Minnesota…At NewOrleans (Sept. 12): Played on 15 snaps on offense and three on special teams in his NFL debut. Posted his first career reception with just over nine minutes remaining in the game, hauling in a 19-yard pass from QB Jordan Love to pick up a first down on a third and- 7. Added a 17-yard punt return later in the fourth quarter…Vs. Detroit (Sept. 20): Posted a 2-yard punt return along with one fair catch…At San Francisco (Sept. 26): Played two snaps on offense and four on special teams, recording a 6-yard punt return…Vs. Pittsburgh (Oct. 3): Appeared on seven plays on offense and four on special teams, returning one punt for zero yards…At Cincinnati (Oct. 10): Played on five snaps on offense and six on special teams, returning two punts for 9 yards (4.5 avg.)…At Chicago (Oct. 17): Appeared on six plays on offense and posted a 14-yard reception. Returned two punts for 16 yards (8.0 avg.), highlighted by a 16-yard return out to the Green Bay 42 midway through the second quarter…Vs. Washington (Oct. 24): Played four snaps on offense and registered a tackle in six snaps of action on special teams…At Arizona (Oct. 28): Made his first NFL start, opening as the third WR with Davante Adams and Allen Lazard both on the COVID-19/reserve list, and appeared on 16 offensive plays. Posted a 7-yard reception, an 11-yard run and two punt returns for 12 yards (6.0 avg.)…At Kansas City (Nov. 7): Returned two punts for 15 yards (7.5 avg.), one kickoff for 3 yards and added a tackle on special teams…Vs. Seattle (Nov. 14): Returned four punts for 29 yards (7.3 avg)…At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Had one fair catch on a punt return and also handled kickoff-return duties with WR Malik Taylor sidelined (abdomen), but did not have any returns…Vs. L.A. Rams (Nov. 28): Appeared on two plays on offense and 10 on special teams, returning three kickoffs for 38 yards (12.7 avg.)…Vs. Chicago (Dec. 12): Played on 10 snaps on offense and 14 on special teams, returning two punts for 28 yards (14.0 avg.) and one kickoff for 19 yards…At Baltimore (Dec. 19): Returned two kickoffs for 47 yards (23.5 avg.)…Vs. Cleveland (Dec. 25): Returned two kickoffs for 44 yards (22.0 avg.) and one punt for 9 yards…At Detroit (Jan. 9): Posted a season-long 23-yard punt return, two kickoff returns for 48 yards (24.0 avg.) and a 5-yard reception…Vs. San Francisco (NFC Divisional, Jan. 22): Returned two punts for 11 yards (5.5 avg.) and three kickoffs for 66 yards (22.0 avg.).
2020: Started all 12 games and earned first-team All-ACC honors from AP and Pro Football Focus after recording career highs in receptions (77), receiving yards (1,020) and receiving TDs (seven)…Posted the eighth-most receptions in a season in school history, while his average of 6.42 receptions per game checked in at No. 5 in school annals…Recorded the 12th 1,000-yard receiving season in school history…At Wake Forest (Sept. 12): Led the team with 90 yards on five receptions (18.0 avg.)…Vs. Virginia (Oct. 3): Shared Offensive Player of the Game honors after hauling in six receptions for 72 yards (12.0 avg.) and two TDs…At Georgia Tech (Oct. 17): Recorded a career-high 161 receiving yards on six receptions (26.8 avg.) with two TDs, earning ACC Receiver of the Week honors. Caught a season-long 83-yard TD pass from QB Trevor Lawrence in the first quarter…Vs. Syracuse (Oct. 24): Posted eight catches for 91 yards (11.4 avg.) and completed an 8-yard pass to Lawrence…At Notre Dame (Nov. 7): Caught eight passes for 134 yards (16.8 avg.) against the No. 4-ranked Fighting Irish…Vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 28): Posted a career-high 10 receptions for 93 yards (9.3 avg.), becoming the first player in school history to catch six-plus passes in seven straight games…Vs. Notre Dame (ACC Championship, Dec. 19): Led all receivers with eight catches for 121 yards (15.1 avg.), highlighted by a 67-yard TD grab…Vs. Ohio State (Sugar Bowl, Jan. 1): Was tied for the team lead with eight catches for 54 yards (6.8 avg.).
2019: Appeared in 14 games with 10 starts, earning All-ACC honorable mention at both WR and as an all-purpose player…Posted 30 receptions for 426 yards (14.2 avg.) and four TDs while also rushing twice for 50 yards (25.0 avg.)…Added 18 punt returns for 151 yards (8.4 avg.)…Won the Brandon Streeter Award, named after the former Clemson QB, which is presented to the Clemson student-athlete across all sports who overcomes injury to excel on the field…Tore his ACL in the spring, but returned to action just 166 days later in the second week of the season vs. Texas A&M (Sept. 7)…At Syracuse (Sept. 14): Caught four passes for 121 yards (30.3 avg.) and two TDs, including an 87-yard catch-and-run for a score that tied the fourth-longest pass play in school history…Vs. Florida State (Oct. 12): Was tied for the team lead with five receptions for 44 yards (8.8 avg.) and scored his first career rushing TD on a 29-yard run…At Louisville (Oct. 19): Paced the team with 78 yards on three receptions (26.0 avg.)…Vs. Wofford (Nov. 2): Recorded two receptions for 71 yards (35.5 avg.) and a TD…Vs. Wake Forest (Nov. 16): Registered a season-long 53-yard punt return.
2018: Started all 15 games and earned All-ACC honorable mention as an all-purpose selection…Ranked No. 2 on the team with 55 receptions for 575 yards (10.5 avg.) and four TDs…Also posted a 7.7-yard average on 39 punt returns with a TD…Vs. Furman (Sept. 1): Posted a 43.5-yard average on two punt returns and hauled in a 40-yard pass for the first TD of his career…At Texas A&M (Sept. 8): Led the team with five grabs for 73 yards (14.6 avg.)…At Georgia Tech (Sept. 22): Posted a season-high six catches for 60 yards (10.0 avg)…At Florida State (Oct. 27): Matched his season high with six catches for a season-best 156 yards (26.0 avg.) and two TDs (58 and 68 yards) as he became the first Clemson player since 1950 to catch two TD passes of 50-plus yards in a road game…At Boston College (Nov. 10): Posted a 58-yard punt return for a TD and added five catches for 73 yards (14.6 avg.)…Vs. Notre Dame (Cotton Bowl, Dec. 29): Tied for the team lead with six catches for 26 yards (4.3 avg.).
2017: Appeared in all 14 games as a true freshman, posting 19 receptions for 123 yards (6.5 avg.)…Vs. Kent State (Sept. 2): Tied for the team lead with three receptions for 19 yards (6.3 avg.) in his collegiate debut and added a 7-yard punt return…Vs. The Citadel (Nov. 18): Was named the team's co-Special Teams Player of the Game after posting a 36-yard kickoff return and an 8-yard punt return…Vs. Miami (ACC Championship, Dec. 2): Hauled in three passes for 11 yards (3.7 avg.).
HIGH SCHOOL: Was named Mr. Football at the 4A level in the state of Tennessee in both his junior and senior seasons, finishing his career at Knoxville (Tenn.) Catholic High School with 3,498 receiving yards and 47 TD catches…Posted 40 receptions for 1,238 yards (40.0 avg.) and 18 TDs as a senior, including 10 catches of 50-plus yards…Registered seven 100-yard receiving games as a senior, including two 200-yard games…Had his best game as a senior on his birthday, posting eight receptions for 251 yards (31.4 avg.) and four TDs (52, 35, 82 and 12 yards)…As a junior, hauled in 61 passes for 1,570 yards (25.7 avg.) and 23 TDs, adding three rushing TDs, two punt-return TDs, two kickoff-return TDs and one INT return for a TD for 31 total TDs on the season…Gained 2,511 all-purpose yards as a junior and added 38 tackles on defense as a cornerback…Posted 25 catches for 407 yards (16.3 avg.) and six TDs as a sophomore, also leading the team with 725 rushing yards and nine TDs on 93 carries (7.8 avg.)...Also played basketball and ran track for two years, participating in the 100- and 200-meter events as well as the 4x100 and 4x200.
PERSONAL: Given name Amari Jai Rodgers…Born in Knoxville, Tenn. …His father, Tee Martin, who played QB at Tennessee and led the Volunteers to a national title in 1998, is currently the WRs coach for the Baltimore Ravens…His younger brother, Kaden Martin, is in his senior year of high school and has committed to the University of Miami (Fla.) for baseball...Won the third annual Tim Bourret Award in 2020, given to the player who best represents himself, his teammates and Clemson University in the media.
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