Earlier today, we published a list of the reported undrafted rookie free agents that the Pittsburgh Steelers reportedly signed. Until that list is officially announced, we will view it as a fluid document. One player on that preliminary list that caught our eye is Temple defensive end / outside linebacker Adrian Robinson Jr.
The 6-1, 251 pound was a two-time all conference selection and a playmaker for the Owls defense. While he lacks prototypical height for the outside linebacker position, he may have enough speed 4.71 40-yard to make an impact. A natural athlete with is technically sound both rushing the passer as an edge rusher and dropping into coverage in the flat.
A college playmaker, he may have topped out his potential and there is a question about how much upside he can offer an NFL franchise. Undersized and lacking the potentially lacking the requisite skill set may hurt.
In the end, Robinson is a fluid player with solid athleticism; unfortunately, his measurables may not allow him to truly make an impact in the NFL on a consistent basis. Yes, he faces a tough road, but he could definitely develop into a solid special team contributor, and possibly into a situational pass rusher.
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