Arkansas State - Red Wolves
Jermaine Robertson - #43 - FB-RB
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/27/2012 Arkansas State Pro Day||5-11||235||9 7/8||32 3/8||79||4.70||31||9'5"||33 1/2||4.53||12.84||7.66|
|01/30/2012 Players Classic||5-10 3/8||228||10||32||77 7/8|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||5-10 5/8||234||10||31 3/4||78||4.74|
Also competed in track and field as an Alabama prep. Redshirted in 2007. Saw action in nine games in ’08 and rushed eight times for 46 yards (5.8-yard average) and zero touchdowns. In ’09, played in 11 contests and recorded 11-51-1 (4.6). Played a bigger role in the offense in ’10, posting 69-348-5 (5.0) rushing and catching three passes for 20 yards (6.7-yard average) in 12 games. Played in 13 games in ’11, with zero starts, carrying 53-212-3 (4.0) and catching 2-3-0. Has four career kickoff returns for 42 yards (10.5). Has only one career fumble.Positives:
Well put together with a broad upper body and thick trunk. Good quickness. Likes contact. Runs hard and drops his pads into defenders. Protects the football. Good bulk and base in pass protection. Has special-teams experience. Solid character. Football-smart. Hardworking, vocal leader who cares about his craft and puts the time in to improve. Team-first guy who maintained a positive attitude despite losing, a coaching change and irregular playing time.Negatives:
Lacks ideal height. Average athletic ability. Tight movement skills. Limited run skills and elusiveness. Does not factor as a receiver. Was a part-time player in a spread offense and will have to adjust to a three-point stance and lead-blocking responsibilities.Summary:
Big, tough, durable, competitive college running back with a fullback’s frame, desirable intangibles and enough smarts and athletic ability to be considered as a developmental fullback prospect.
Jermaine Robertson's Draft Stock
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