Notre Dame offensive lineman Zack Martin is a versatile player that projects to either a tackle or guard in the NFL.
A great run blocker, Martin has generated some buzz as a mid-first round pick in the upcoming draft. But it's quite possible that Martin winds up going as high as No. 12 to the New York Giants if he's available at that pick.
According to the Newark Star-Ledger, the Giants are believers in Martin and could potentially take him at that pick. The report states that the Giants prefer Martin to Michigan's Taylor Lewan, though trading up for Jake Matthews if he falls during the top 10 picks could be a likely scenario.
Of course, opinions change and a lot of information floated to the media may be partial truths. With all of the scenarios and mocks that have been published during this delayed draft season, May 8 can't come soon enough.
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