Draft Rewind 2014 – Greg Robinson – St. Louis Rams

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about GREG ROBINSON: Auburn, 6050 332 4.92. Junior entry. Two-year starter. Was red-shirted in 2011. He emerged as one of the draft’s top left tackle prospects during Auburn’s national championship run. Athletic with good lateral quickness to cut off the inside go. Can stone a bull rush. Powerful on down blocks. Locks out his long arms on a pass rusher’s breast plate, carrying them up the field. A knee bender with good hip flexibility. Thick overall build and frame to gain. Has the feet to run a speed rusher up the field. A road grader in the run game. Has all the raw tools to be a future Pro Bowl tackle. Will waist bend in pass protection instead of moving his feet. Will need work as an NFL pass protector. Explosive, athletic, and dominant is Robinson’s game in a nutshell. Creates seams in the run game with functional play strength and balance. Has the ability to stay balanced with knee bend, change of direction, and body control. An explosive knee bender who rolls his hips and drives his legs in the run game. Good quickness for a big man. There will be minimal carryover from Auburn’s pass pro to the NFL field which takes a little bloom off the rose. He has all the raw athletic tools, but becoming a master pass protector is a time consuming learning process. Has flashed ability to redirect with natural body control. Has the attitude and aggression to engage with base balance and knee bend. Can shadow the rusher. Light feet. OSR:2/40. Top 10 pick. (A-35, H-10, BP-32, 10-1.74).

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