You can listen to the interview with him via the link above.
One player who helped his stock at the NFL scouting combine was Mike Martin.
The former University of Michigan defensive tackle finished in the top four at his position in every drill, including a 4.88-second 40-yard dash and a solid 36 reps on the bench press.
For Martin, the easiest part of the weekend was the drills. It was navigating through the peripheral stuff not shown on camera that made the weekend challenging.
"The toughest part was really persevering and focusing through the three days," Martin said in an interview with The Huge Show. "They really put you through a mental grind with all the meetings, physiological testing, physicals, and meeting with the team doctors."
Of all the formal interviews Martin had during the combine, one really stood out.
"The meeting I really enjoyed a lot was with the Pittsburgh Steelers and talking to coach (Mike) Tomlin. He's a great guy, and we really enjoyed our conversation."
If Martin were to be drafted by the Steelers, he would have the opportunity to share the field with another former Michigan star, LaMarr Woodley.
"That would be awesome," Martin said. "We actually see each other on a daily basis. He works out at the same training facility. He put in a good word with coach Tomlin for me, and told those guys that I'm ready to play."
As for his alma mater, Martin echoed former teammate Junior Hemingway's prediction for the Wolverines' season-opening game against Alabama, the defending national champion.
"I say Michigan goes down there, takes care of business, and leaves Dallas with a 'W' after the first game of the season," Martin said.
Martin thinks the difference in the game will be intangibles.
"Both teams obviously have great players, great talent, but the thing that's going to separate a Brady Hoke team is the toughness and how hard those guys are going to play. They're there for 60 minutes, or more if need be. The mental focus that those guys are going to have is what's going to get them over the top."