Mike Martin: 6 Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses of 2012 NFL Draft Prospect

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Mike Martin: 6 Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses of 2012 NFL Draft Prospect
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Mike Martin proved his worth to NFL teams at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. The 6'1", 206-pound defensive lineman was impressive in drills during the week and then got by, through and around Ben Jones of Georgia, the player most scouts regard as the second-best center in this draft.

Although the height may be a little bit of a concern for some scouts, Martin will still be chosen within the first three rounds of the draft and show that playing in the Big Ten against players like Riley Reiff of Iowa has its advantages.

While he is graded out as the eighth-best prospect at his position, Martin will still be a dependable player for a team needing depth and someone with determination.

Here are some strengths and weaknesses about Martin's game, according to cbssportsline.com.

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