OT Jonathan Martin Scouting Report

OT Jonathan Martin-Stanford

Height: 6’6

Weight: 305 lbs.

Projection: Top 15

Grade:  7.5 (Grading Scale)

Strengths:

Tall OT prospect who is has a great frame and room to get even bigger…has the ability to stay light on his feet and stay out in front of speed rushers…sinks his hips wells and anchors down on the bull rush…keeps his hands up and protects his chest plate well from defenders who are good with their hands…he’s a natural knee bender…athletic and agile enough to get outside in front of screen passes or sweep plays…does a good job coming down the line for a crack back block…moves his feet well and got good depth on his kick step in the Fiesta Bowl.

Weaknesses:

Was inconsistent with his footwork during the season, against Oregon he struggled with the  speed rush of Kaddu and Jordan but against Oklahoma State he wasn’t beat once…needs to bulk up some, listed at 305 but looks even lighter on the field…questions exist about his arm length…needs to work on extending his arms once engaged and maintaining control…would like to see him develop his punch and use it to neutralize DE’s rush…must continue to show up like he did in the Fiesta Bowl and avoid the ‘heavy feet’ label.

Film Room Notes:

Martin v. Oklahoma State-Fiesta Bowl

Martin v. Oregon

Martin v. Washington State

Tags: 2012 NFL Draft, OT, Pac12, Stanford Cardinals, Underclassmen

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