Arizona State - Sun Devils
Gerell Robinson - #8 - WR
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/16/2012 Arizona State Pro Day||6-3 1/2||229||10 1/8||33||78||4.23||11.75||7.10|
|02/29/2012 Combine||6-3 1/8||227||10 1/8||33||78||4.57||9'5"||35 1/2||4.19|
|01/23/2012 Senior Bowl||6-3 1/8||223||10||32 1/8||78|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-3 1/4||222||10 1/8||32 3/4||78||4.60|
Highly recruited USA Today All-American out of Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton High, where he won a state championship. As a true freshman in 2008, saw limited action in 11 games and tallied three receptions for 26 yards (8.7-yard average) and zero touchdowns. Played all 12 games in ’09, starting five, and caught 26-261-0 (10.0). Was limited by a pulled hamstring at the outset of the ’10 season (did not play the season opener against Portland State) before starting 7-of-11 games and snagging 29-387-5 (13.3). Led the Sun Devils in receiving in ’11 with 77-1,397-7 (18.1) in 13 games (12 starts at “Y” receiver). Only non-start was because of a two-TE formation vs. Illinois. Has one career fumble.Positives:
Looks the part with terrific size and length. Presents a big target — works the middle of the field and has big, strong hands to catch on contact. Smart and tough. Flashed playmaking as a senior — averaged over 18 yards per reception and racked up 26 plays of 20-plus yards.Negatives:
Not an explosive athlete. Builds to pedestrian speed. Unsudden and straight-linish. Route running lacks deception and gear change — struggles to separate. Is not a natural catcher and lets throws get in on him. Inconsistent downfield ball reactions. Breaks stride to catch.Summary:
Big, long-limbed, unpolished, inconsistent, college slot receiver who turned it on down the backstretch of his senior season. Will have to earn his money as a zone-beating, possession target in the pros.
Gerell Robinson's Draft Stock
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