Gerell Robinson, Wide Receiver, Arizona State 2012 NFL Draft Scouting Report

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Measurables:

6’3″ 227 pounds 10 1/8 inch hands (b9g hands)

4.62 40 yard dash, 35.5 inch vertical jump, 113 inch broad jump, 4.12 20 yard shutte

Projected round: 4-5

Scouting Report

Robinson is a versatile player with great size who can line up in a variety of different spots for Arizona State. His length allows him to really stretch the field down the seam, and he will be used in the slot sometimes as a result. He is a size mismatch with most every cornerback he faces, and he has a huge wingspan and huge hands. Really nice quickness and works the middle of the field really well. Knows how to get open and shield defenders. Doesn’t always give consistent effort in the running game, and he will drop some easy passes while making incredible catches, an inconsistency that seems to be pretty common in college receivers. Does a pretty good job of catching the ball away from his body, snatching the ball out of the air rather than letting it come into his chest or stomach. Actually is used out of the slot a lot for the Sun Devils, allowing him to get size mismatches with nickel corners and create openings on the outside for some of ASU’s other big receivers. Not overly aggressive after the catch, something you’d like to see out of a 6’4″ 225 pound kid.

Pros:

Size (instant mismatch in the Red-zone)..versatility…large hands…doesn’t body catch the fooball… a little versatility, playing from the slot sometimes

cons:

Should do a better job of creating yards after the catch….speed to create seperation down the field….limited in his route tree

Video Highlights (Aaron Aloysius)

 

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