Roland Martin Too Tired for Laugh-In

For 6-foot-6, 335-pound Roland Martin of Harper High School in Chicago, Ill., driving is more exhausting than drive blocking.

For 6-foot-6, 335-pound Roland Martin of Harper High School in Chicago, Ill., driving is more exhausting than drive blocking.

When reached Sunday at his home, the big man was almost too tired to speak, so we kept it brief and here's the straight skinny.

"It was pretty good," Martin said of his weekend visit to Oklahoma. "I had to drive all the way there and back so I'm really tired from that."

Martin was accompanied on the official visit to Norman by his mother and verfied they will both be taking the trip to Tennessee next weekend.

"We may fly next week," he said. "I got a headache from all that driving."

When asked if that would be Martin's final visit, he said: "No it won't be my last. I'll take more but I don't know where I'm going."

Martin, who is rated the nation's No. 5 offensive lineman by The Insiders, has already visited Michigan State and has been considering a visit to Nebraska. Roland Martin Too Tired for Laugh-In Chicago O-lineman Returns From OU Jeffery Stewart For 6-foot-6, 335-pound Roland Martin of Harper High School in Chicago, Ill., driving is more exhausting than drive blocking. When reached Sunday at his home, the big man was almost too tired to speak, so we kept it brief and here's the straight skinny.

"It was pretty good," Martin said of his weekend visit to Oklahoma. "I had to drive all the way there and back so I'm really tired from that."

Martin was accompanied on the official visit to Norman by his mother and verfied they will both be taking the trip to Tennessee next weekend.

"We may fly next week," he said. "I got a headache from all that driving."

When asked if that would be Martin's final visit, he said: "No it won't be my last. I'll take more but I don't know where I'm going."

Martin, who is rated the nation's No. 5 offensive lineman by The Insiders, has already visited Michigan State and has been considering a visit to Nebraska.

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