Mike Martin's day at the NFL combine

February, 27, 2012
Former Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin finished up his workouts at the NFL combine Monday -- and it was a good performance for the former Wolverines captain.

While his numbers on the NFL Combine website won't pop out like some of receiver Junior Hemingway's from Sunday, that is because the league combines both defensive ends and tackles in the same defensive line group.

Among defensive tackles, however, he was among the best at the combine.

Here, though, are Martin's numbers. Remember, as well, that he is doing this at 306 pounds.

Bench press: 36 repetitions, where he tied for second

40-yard dash: 4.88 seconds

Vertical jump: 33.5 inches, where he tied for 13th

Broad jump: 113 inches

3-cone drill: 7.19 seconds, where he tied for 15th

20-yard shuttle: 4.25 seconds, tied for sixth

Michael Rothstein | email

ESPN Detroit Lions reporter



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