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    Allen Robinson: Lande: WR Robinson will be a first-round pick

    Allen Robinson - WR - PSU - May. 2 - 5:34 pm et

    Former NFL scout Russ Lande believes Penn State WR Allen Robinson is going to be a first-round pick.
    "I think teams that had concerns about speed are at least saying, ‘You know what, we have no doubt he’s at least average.’ If he’s average in speed, all the other attributes are outstanding. He’s going to be a first-round pick," Lande said on the Big Ten Network last month. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound Robinson has seen his stock rise over the last month, due to a strong combine and the ability to showcase his speed (4.42 to 4.47 forty). Evaluators have been impressed with his ball skills and his ability to dominate smaller defenders with his size. The Penn State prospect could be a target at the end of the first-round. There could be a WR-needy team that wants to trade up from their second round selection, if they know another team is planning to take him off the board. It's safe to say, that Robinson could go in the first two rounds of the draft. May. 2 - 5:34 pm et
    Source: Big Ten Network on Youtube

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