Though Martin is considered the third-best player at his position, he is also projected as a third-round pick as this is not the best safety class. However, that is not to sell Martin short on his abilities. Martin may be the best overall athlete at the safety position.
With a solid senior season Martin's draft stock may rise, but as of right now the Raiders should be hoping Martin falls right into their compensatory pick, who many assume will be a third-rounder.Martin tallied 62 tackles (52 solo), 11 passes defensed and two forced fumbles in his senior year.The Raiders may have other pressing needs than safety, but safety is still a huge issue for the Silver and Black. as far as highlights go, i could only find this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=to8Jsa13hxE which i cant stop watching over and over again. for his career he got 179 tackles, 3 INT, 1 TD, 39 Passes deflected, and 2 forced fumbles. he seems to be really good in coverage and attacks the ball well with speed and agression