"The speed of the game is gonna double. That's what it did from high school to college. In the NFL, it's gonna get even faster. I'm gonna take a deep breath, and try to absorb everything that's happening in front of me, because it's gonna be a lot coming at me."
"I think he'll be helped at the combine because he's an athletic, quick kid, and I think he'll show well," Mayock added. "I think what the combine will show, I'm guessing, his strength on the field will translate to the weight room, and we're going to see a really strong kid that also moves well athletically."
There is one goal he's made very clear, though: He wants to be the first player in combine history to reach 50 reps in the bench press (225 pounds). "I knew it as soon as (Stephen) Paea hit 49 last year," Martin said of the former Oregon State defensive tackle, who was taken in the second round by the Chicago Bears. "I saw that and right away was like, 'I can beat that. I'll beat that.'