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Prospect Profile: Alabama T Cam Robinson

Cam Robinson

Tackle| Alabama| Junior

Height:6-foot-6 | Weight: 322 pounds

College Stats

2016: Robinson played 15 games for Alabama during his junior season, starting all of them at left tackle, and had a recorded a team-high 37 knockdown blocks. He helped the Crimson Tide rank 16th nationally and first in the SEC in scoring offense (38.8 points per game), 12th nationally and second in the league in rushing offense (245 yards per game) and 34th in the nation in total offense (455.3 yards per game). Among honors Robinson received were First-Team All-American from Sports Illustrated and First-Team All-SEC from the Associated Press and conference coaches. He also received the Outland Trophy and the SEC Jacobs Blocking Trophy.

Career: Robinson started all 44 games he played at Alabama. During that time, he helped individual players rush for 100-plus yards on 28 occasions. Robinson was part of a Crimson Tide offense that ranked first, second and first in total yards for 2016, 2015 and 2014, respectively.

Combine Results

40-yard dash: 5.15 seconds

Bench press: Did not participate

Broad jump: 8 feet, 10 inches

Vertical jump: 26 inches

3-cone drill: 7.81 seconds

20-yard shuttle: 4.82 seconds

60-yard shuttle: Did not participate

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Profile

Summary:Robinson has been a fixture of Alabama's stalwart offensive line since coming on the scene as a freshman. Robinson was named a consensus All-American in 2016.

According to his NFL.com draft profile, Robinson has the physical build of a successful tackle and possesses the ability for lateral movement on the line. He generates "early power and push" against opponents and has good initial quickness.

"Robinson has tape galore against SEC edge talent either playing in the NFL or who soon will be," said NFL.com analyst Lance Zierlein. "The tape shows a player with the traits and physical ability to be a good NFL tackle, but his balance issues and inconsistencies as a pass protector are a concern. Robinson is a candidate to be overdrafted due to the position he plays and his size, but buyer beware as some of his deficiencies might not be easily correctable."

Stacking up: NFL Media Bucky Brooks ranked Robinson as the top tackle in this year's draft class. Brooks' counterpart Mike Mayock, however, listed Robinson at No. 2 in his list of interior linemen rather than in the tackle group. 

Highly respected:Robinson played at West Monroe High School in Louisiana and was the top-rated offensive tackle in the nation. He received ample scholarship offers and ended up selecting Alabama over schools that included Arkansas, Auburn, LSU and Michigan. 

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