2012 NFL Draft Results: Stanford OT Jonathan Martin Selected By Dolphins With 42nd Pick

On two, former Stanford Cardinal offensive tackle Jonathan Martin was selected in the second round of the 2012 NFL draft by the Miami Dolphins. Martin was chosen with the No. 42 overall selection in this year's draft. Martin is the 15th-rated prospect in the draft and the second-ranked offensive tackle, according to Mocking The Draft's rankings

Here's what Mocking the Draft had to say about Martin prior to the draft:

Final word: Martin displays good agility, has the strength to take on power rushers and he moves outside nicely in pass protection. Coming out of Stanford's pro-style scheme, Martin has good football intelligence. Good at making adjustments throughout the game. Solid athlete. Three-year starter at tackle.

While Martin is very good in a lot of areas, he’s not elite anywhere. Needs to keep his feet moving, especially through contact. Will sometimes give up the inside gap while trying to maintain the edge. Hasn’t been used much on the move.

Miami picked QB Ryan Tannehill in the first round.

For more information about Jonathan Martin and the Stanford Cardinal, check out Rule of Tree. For lots more on the 2012 NFL draft, please visit Mocking the Draft. You can learn more about Martin by watching the video below.

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