Trenton Robinson, Safety, Michigan State 2012 NFL Draft Scouting Report

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5’10” 195 pounds

4.52 40 yard dash, 31 1/2″ arms, 9 3/4″ hands, 15 bench press reps

Scouting Report

Undersized but extremely productive safety who had a breakout season as a junior with 76 tackles, four interceptions, and 12 pass deflections. Robinson was making plays all over the field for the Spartans last year, and is a very underrated player. Had a big sophomore season with 67 tackles and an interception, and returns for his senior season as one of the leaders of the Michigan State defensive unit. Has started 19 games for the Spartans, and was a 2nd team All Big Ten performer as voted by the coaches as well as Phil Steele. Hard-nosed, blue collar player with solid athleticism and good speed.

PROS: Making plays again in senior season, compact build, versatility, durable kid, nose for the ball, speed, should contribute on special teams

CONS: Height, needs true position, not an elite athlete, but a good one

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