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watching all his clips on ESPN Recruiting, I can tell you that he can play any darn position he wants to!
Just my own opinion, but I think that, if we get either Reed or Vander (or maybe Adams), he'll be placed on the offensive side of the ball first. To me, he screams OT much more than NG.. but if we miss on those, there's a good chance he'll start out at NG.
Again, that's just my own opinion and I'm certainly not "expert" enough to watch his film and decide which he is best suited. I think that we could definitely use him at either position, and he could excel at either one, so from a needs stand point, that these next 2 days might impact that decision.
This kid has a killer first step, and pursues all over the field. It may be impossible to keep him off the end.
I love him as a tackle on offense but I think he gets a look on defense first.
he played guard on his high school offense, at least most of the time in videos.
Robinson actually played TE on offense this year for Arlington Heights (wears #11). Here's his senior video-
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the videos I watched had him as number 54. Were those junior videos?
Big athletic guys make good 3-4 DEs, big enough to occupy blockers, but quick enough to still make plays.
I think that is the reason the Ravens use Ngata at DE instead of NT even though he has NT size and strength.
This post was edited by CRMSNtide on 2/4/2013 at 6:28 PM
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