6'6, 305 pounds | Offensive Tackle | Stanford
First Word: Martin is an above average offensive tackle prospect. He has good balance and a natural bend which allows him to both pass protect and run block. His hand usage helps him get a push off the line as well as control the direction of the rusher. Martin keeps his pad level low maintaining leverage and enhancing his ability to be an effective offensive lineman. I did see some issues with Martin's ability to change direction which makes him susceptible to inside counter moves. He also doesn't have elite foot quickness which will impact his ability to protect the edge against speed rushers.
Bold Statement: Martin has the capability to be a top 10 pick and the first offensive tackle off the board.
-Martin is a fluid athlete with a nice natural bend
-He uses his hands well by extending them into the defender
-There is a nastiness to Martin's game as he works to the whistle and finishes off blocks
-Martin fires off the ball and has the quickness to reach both the sideline and 2nd level
-He takes short and balanced steps in both his kick slide and while engaged
-His use of angles allow him to protect the edge against speed rushers
-Martin has a good powerful lower half that allows him to generate a good push off the ball
-His hustle shows as he works hard down the field often helping spring long runs
-Martin's weight distribution and strong base help him anchor upon contact
-He has good awareness and knows when to peel off his original target
-I have some concerns with his ability to effectively change direction as he was beaten inside on several plays
-He has a tendency to get duck arms which is a wasted motion and allows rushers to get into his body
-Martin has quick feet but they are far from elite. This is something I will keep an eye on throughout the season
-At times, Martin hesitated out of his stance which impacted his ability to protect the edge
The above came from Jon Dove over at Mocking The Draft who has done a great job of covering the top draft prospects. You can find the original article here
Again, footage from 2010... but still, very thorough.