2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about NICK MARTIN: Notre Dame, 6041 299 5.23. Three-year starter from Indianapolis, IN. Younger brother of Dallas All-Pro guard, Zach Martin. Played most of his Irish career at center with the exception of 2014 where he started 10 games at left guard. Two-year team captain and was clearly the leader of the offensive line, making the pass protection calls for the front line. Not fooled on blitzes or line movement. Not dominant, but a fundamentally sound player who has good initial quickness. A knee bender who can pick up interior starting defenders. Flashes a solid two-handed punch in pass protection then gets and keeps position on his target. Quick to redirect, adjust, and stick to his block. Can de-cleat an inside penetrator with strength, feet quickness, and flexibility. Plays with strength and confidence. A good fit for a zone blocking scheme where he gets and keeps position on the defender. Works to finish his blocks. Could use more core strength to anchor against the power rushers on the next level. An eventual starter with developmental time. OSR:31/47. Third/ fourth round. (A-32 1/2, H-9 3/4, BP-28, 10-1.80).