Found May 03, 2012 on
It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
Mike Martin started 37 games at defensive tackle for Michigan from 2008-2011. He was a two-time All Big Ten selection. Friday night, he realized a dream when the Tennessee Titans drafted him in the third round of the NFL draft. Martin held a draft party at an Ann Arbor restaurant with family and friends.
He posted a video of the highlights of the night on his YouTube channel, including the immediate aftermath of the Titans notifying him he was their pick.
Per the Free Press:
“Titan Nation, baby,” Martin shouts. He then shares a celebratory toast with his group. “I just want to say to everybody that’s here, you guys are here because, whether you know it or not, you’ve played a part of my life and I wouldn’t be here and where I am today without everybody here, my friends, my family, my mentors, everybody. You guys mean so much to me and I’m just ready to start the next phase of my life and you guys are going to be there as well.”
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