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Stanford at the NFL Combine: Joshua Garnett, Blake Martinez, Austin Hooper updates

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Blake Martinez performs at the 2016 NFL Combine [Rule of Tree]: "In his senior season, Martinez played at an All-American level. He led the Cardinal in tackles, 4.5 of them being sacks, and had three interceptions to top it off. Stanford has had its share of impressive linebackers over the years, including Chase Thomas, Trent Murphy, and Shayne Skov. Blake Martinez is no exception to this."

Meet Joshua Garnett, the valedictorian of the NFL Combine [USA Today]: "His professional career is just beginning — the former Stanford offensive guard and Outland Trophy winner is competing in the NFL combine this week and is expected to be taken in the early rounds of April's draft. But he's thinking ahead to the day when he'll no longer be playing."

2016 NFL Combine: Stanford Quarterback Kevin Hogan combine workout [Rule of Tree]: "On the second day of NFL Combine workouts, quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends displayed their athleticism and skills in front of a variety of NFL scouts. Although Kevin Hogan may not have had the biggest spotlight on him, his legacy and expertise should prove worthy for NFL scouts."

Austin Hooper Shines In NFL Combine [Rule of Tree]: "Hooper really impressed in his route running, catching ability, and field awareness during the variety of drills he participated in. He shocked scouts when he was able to record a total of 19 reps on the bench press, as he was never considered to be one of the more physically dominant TE's in the NCAA."

Stanford football: 2016 NFL Combine Recap [Rule of Tree]: "As far as those who represented Stanford, Josh Garnett seemed to be the standout of the group, however Austin Hooper caught a few scouts eyes as well. Devon Cajuste shocked everyone watching the WR group as he clocked the best time in the 3-cone drill at 6.49. Below you will find the official scores of each Stanford participant. "