Averaged 10.4 points in five games as a junior during 2004, missing most of the season due to injury.
Averaged 20.0 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 3.0 blocked shots and 2.0 steals in 2003 as a sophomore at Seattle Prep.
Ranked as the top incoming recruit in the Pac-10 Conference by Scout.com which has Webster rated as the nation's No. 9 prep prospect.
The nation's top small forward prospect in the Athlon Sports magazine listings.
The No. 2 prospect in the Best in the West poll of coaches and scouts conducted by the Long Beach Press-Telegram.
The sixth-rated prepster in the class of 2005 in theRivalsHoops.com rankings.
Listed No. 5 overall nationally and No. 2 among scoring guards by TheInsiders.com.
Rated No. 10 overall nationally and No. 2 among wing forwards by FutureStars.
Ranked as the nation's 14th best prep prospect by Basketball News.
Received fourth-team All-America accolades in Street & Smith's magazine.
Selected Washington over North Carolina, Oklahoma and several other Pac-10 schools.
Washington Coach Lorenzo Romar on Martell Webster
"Martell will arguably be the most talented freshman ever to enter the University of Washington. He not only knows how to score, but knows how to play the game. He has an assassin's mentality on the basketball floor."