NFL Draft 2012: Jonathan Martin Disappoints In Pro Day Workout

Though Andrew Luck was the focal point of Thursday's Pro Day at Stanford , Jonathan Martin was another Stanford prospect that teams were keeping their eyes on The offensive tackle prospect met with the Buffalo Bills, Minnesota Vikings and Cleveland Browns at Stanford's Pro Day.

According to CBS Sports' Rob Rang, Martin did not improve his draft stock in Thursday's workout:

Advertised as a top-notch athlete, the First Team All-Pac 12 left tackle was timed at 5.33 seconds in his first attempt at the 40-yard dash. Worse, this attempt was aided by the wind. Martin came in at 5.43 seconds, according to scouts, on his second attempt against the wind. Perhaps more alarming was that the 6-5, 307-pound Martin lifted the bar only 20 times during the bench press and wasn't as fluid or explosive as DeCastro during position drills. (Via: CBSSports.com)

SB Nation's mock draft currently has Martin going to the Chicago Bears at No. 19 overall in the first round.

To discuss Martin with Stanford fans, check out Rule of Tree. To talk about Martin with Bills fans, head to Buffalo Rumblings. To learn more about Martin from Vikings fans, go to Daily Norseman. To discuss Martin with Browns fans, hit up Dawgs By Nature. To talk about the NFL Draft in general, click here to be sent to Mocking the Draft.

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