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Round 2—Tampa Bay Buccaneers (36th overall)
Behind Trent Richardson, there is no doubt in my mind that Doug Martin is the best, most complete running back in the draft.
Martin is projected to be either a late-first or early-second-round pick, and here, I have him just sliding into the early-second round.
Martin's senior season was his best, in which he ran for 1,299 yards and 16 touchdowns, while also catching 28 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,260 yards his junior year while averaging 6.3 yards per carry.
Martin's production at Boise State was largely overshadowed by the Broncos air attack, led by the great Kellen Moore. A powerful back with good speed, Martin is often compared to running backs like Ray Rice or Maurice Jones-Drew, which I have to say is some pretty good company.
Of all the Boise State players who may be drafted, I believe Doug Martin will have the most successful professional career.
Other Possibilities: Denver Broncos (Round 1, 25th overall), New York Giants (Round 1, 32nd overall), Cleveland Browns (Round 2, 37th overall)