Cincinnati - Bearcats
Adrien Robinson - #88 - TE
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/02/2012 Cincinnati Pro Day||6-4||264||9 3/8||33 7/8||82 3/4||4.58||15||11'3"||4.43||11.60||7.10|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-4 1/8||267||4.80|
Prepped at Warren Central High School in Indianapolis, where the football team won the state championship in each of his four seasons — first team in state history to accomplish that feat. Also lettered in basketball. Redshirted in 2007. Saw action in seven games as a reserve tight end in ’08, grabbing one pass for 12 yards. Appeared in 10 games in ’09 and snagged 10-174-1 (17.4). Caught 6-65-1 (10.8) in nine games, including his first career start against Oklahoma, in ’10. Moved into the starting lineup in ’11 and managed 12-183-3 (15.2) in 13 games (11 starts at tight end).Summary:
A raw, one-year starter who looks the part, Robinson was never featured at Cincinnati, but could be draftable on his measurables alone given this year’s weak TE class. Has intriguing timed speed to run down the field with long, loping strides and boasts a 39½-inch vertical and a broad jump of 11 feet 3 inches. However, his agility and suddenness do not parallel his linear/explosive numbers. Shows blocking potential, as he has stature and long arms — as he showed in the Liberty Bowl when he got a piece of three Vanderbilt defenders and escorted RB George Winn down the sideline on a 69-yard TD run. Is relatively inexperienced, unpolished and weak physically despite five years in the program. Developmental project.
Adrien Robinson's Draft Stock
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