Veteran offensive guard Zack Martin is one of the oldest players on the Cowboys and one of the best in the NFL. He is currently in his ninth season with them.
Martin was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft as the 16th overall.
After the first day of Organized Team Activities in the preseason, he was given the starting position at right guard, taking over for Mackenzy Bernadeau, who had held the position for the previous two seasons.
The offensive line improved as a result of his arrival, and it is now widely considered to be among the finest in the league.
Martin was chosen as one of just four first-year players to participate in the 2014 Pro Bowl on December 23.
He was selected to the AP 2014 All-Pro Team on January 2, 2014, becoming the only rookie to do so and the first Cowboys rookie since running back Calvin Hill in 1969.
Martin is also the first rookie offensive lineman since Dick Huffman in 1947 to be named to the first team of the AP All-Pro.
Where Is Zack Martin From?
Zack Martin is from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. He spent his early years growing up in that area and attended elementary school at Saint Matthew Catholic School, in Indianapolis, Indiana