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Rob Crisp | Tackle

Team: North Carolina State Wolfpack
Ht / Wt:  6'7' / 299

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CBS Sports' Derek Stephens believes NC State redshirt senior T Rob Crisp could draw "significant draft consideration" if he's able to stay healthy.
Crisp has everything the NFL looks for, except for a clean bill of health. He's huge -- 6-foot-7, 300 pounds -- and athletic, and "has demonstrated quickness, strength and agility that NFL scouts look for," according to Stephens. Crisp missed five games in 2012 due to a lower back injury, and was knocked out for the year with a concussion in the second game of last season. Jul 17 - 10:42 PM
Source: CBS Sports

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NC State senior T Rob Crisp has been ruled out for the season after missing the last five games with a concussion.

Head injuries range from weeks to months in terms of recovery, and it is impossible to question how long a player sits out before feeling comfortable. We haven't previously heard of Crisp having a history of such injuries, but the senior has a few back injuries to his name. He was considered by many to be NC State's top prospect this season, and Crisp does have the option to redshirt.
Mon, Oct 28, 2013 02:00:00 PM

NC State senior OT Rob Crisp (concussion) will miss his third straight game Saturday against Wake Forest.

This is the second consecutive season that Crisp has struggled to stay healthy, a fact that won't play well with draft evaluators. He suffered a lower back injury in the 2012 season opener against Tennessee and missed the next five games. Draft insider Tony Pauline wrote in July that Crisp "received late round grades from scouts but I think he could end up in 3rd/4th round if he plays well in 2013 and his back is okay."
Thu, Oct 3, 2013 02:21:00 PM

Draft insider Tony Pauline believes NC State senior Rob Crisp could be a sleeper LT in this class.

"Long, lean, athletic with terrific footwork/range in pass pro." Pauline said of Crisp, noting the tackle needs to get stronger. "I'm told Crisp received late round grades from scouts but I think he could end up in 3rd/4th round if he plays well in 2013 and his back is okay."
Mon, Jul 22, 2013 12:29:00 PM

CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes senior OT Rob Crisp is NC State's top prospect.

The Wolfpack left tackle "looks the part with a tall, athletic frame, flashing the foot agility and quickness to burst off the snap and quickly get into position," according to Brugler. "Crisp has the natural body control and athletic tools to attract attention from NFL scouts this season if he can stay healthy."
Source: CBS Sports
Thu, Jun 13, 2013 10:31:00 AM

NC State junior LT Rob Crisp will miss Saturday's game against Florida State.

Crisp, an intriguing prospect off of last year's tape, has missed the first five games of the season with a back injury. His blind side protection skills would have really come in handy against the Seminoles formidable pass rush. Guard Andrew Wallace and running back James Washington will also miss the game.
Thu, Oct 4, 2012 02:16:00 PM

NC State junior LT Rob Crisp and senior RT Andrew Wallace will both miss Saturday's game against Miami with injuries.

Crisp, an intriguing prospect off of last year's tape, has missed the first four games of the season with a back injury while Wallace suffered a foot injury against the Citadel last week. Sophomore Tyson Chandler will continue to start on the left side, while redshirt freshman Alex Barr appears to be the next man up at right tackle. The Hurricanes pass rush is not outstanding, but quarterback Mike Glennon needs a clean pocket to operate.
Fri, Sep 28, 2012 09:34:00 AM

NC State redshirt junior LT Rob Crisp will miss Saturday's game against UConn with an undisclosed injury.

Crisp was limited in practice all week with the injury. Redshirt sophomore Tyson Chandler or true freshman Quincy Miller will take over at left tackle. It is imperative for Mike Glennon to have a clean pocket and UConn senior defensive end Trevardo Williams will do his best to make sure that is not the case.
Sat, Sep 8, 2012 11:01:00 AM