The Ravens rank Alabama's Cam Robinson as the No. 1 OT on their board and are considering drafting him with their first-round pick, according to Walter Football's Charlie Campbell.
Alabama T Cam Robinson is visiting the Carolina Panthers on Monday.
Alabama T Cam Robinson told media members he has a visit scheduled with the Jaguars.
An anonymous NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Alabama T Cam Robinson is "very, very erratic."
NFL Media reporter Kimberly Jones notes that "by several accounts," Alabama T Cam Robinson performed well in interviews at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Alabama T Cam Robinson said that he "definitely believe[s]" that he is the best tackle prospect in the 2017 NFL Draft pool.
Alabama T Cam Robinson arrived at the NFL Combine at 6-ffot-6 and 322 pounds, with 35 1/2 inch arms and 10 1/2 inch hands.
In a Walter Football poll asking six NFL teams whether Alabama T Cam Robinson will slide into the late first-round, three said yes and three said no.
NFL Network's Mike Mayock ranks Alabama's Cam Robinson as the No. 2 interior offensive lineman in the 2017 class.
ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. is of the belief that Alabama T Cam Robinson would best fit on the right side in the NFL.
Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline believes that Alabama T Cam Robinson might have to slide inside to guard in the NFL.
Walter Football's Charlie Campbell received conflicting opinions from NFL team sources regarding the future position of Alabama T Cam Robinson.
NFL Media draft analyst Bucky Brooks writes that Alabama T Cam Robinson "remains a work in progress as a pass protector."
Alabama junior T Cam Robinson declared for the NFL Draft.