ALLEN ROBINSON RUMORS

Understanding what a game-changer is in college football

Football has frequently been called a game of inches. Some players have the kind of skills that get you those extra inches over and over again. These game-changers are all eventually funneled into the NFL, where only 1,500 of them get to compete in a typical season. But during their NCAA careers, when competing with 10,000 other athletes, one or two special players can completely...
Via Nittany Lions Den
May 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Jags' Allen Robinson gets huge, cartoonish tattoo commemorating catch in 2013 PSU game

On Oct. 12, 2013, Penn State Nittany Lions wide receiver Allen Robinson climbed the ladder over a Michigan Wolverines defender, reeling in a 36-yard pass from Christian Hackenberg to help set up a game-tying touchdown with only seconds left in regulation.Four overtimes later, Penn State prevailed 43-40 over No. 18-ranked Michigan in a loss that for UM now ranks about a 3 on a scale...
Via FOX Sports
February 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Ex-Penn St. WR Allen Robinson got tattoo of famous catch

Former Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson had numerous big catches for the Nittany Lions, but his most notable is likely the 36-yard grab he made to set up a game-tying touchdown late in regulation of the 2013 thriller against Michigan. Penn State would go on to win 43-40 in four overtimes. Tuesday evening, Robinson unveiled a really impressive tattoo of his catch. Coaches...
Via College Spun
February 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Panthers Meeting With Penn State WR Allen Robinson

  Rand Getlin of Yahoo Sports reports that the Panthers are traveling for a “last minute meeting” with Penn State WR Allen Robinson. There is no question that they could some help at the receiver position and Robinson should be available to them at the end of round one. You could easily make the case that offensive line help is the more pressing need. However, they currently...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Draft Spotlight: WR Allen Robinson

Today we look at a potential second round or later option at wide receiver, for the Jets. (Last Spotlight: RB De’Anthony Thomas) Feature Image: PennStaterMag.com Look at this Mane Allen Robinson enters the 2014 NFL Draft after playing three seasons of college ball at Penn State. As a true freshman, in 2011, Robinson was a very small contributor on offense, but was the team...
Via One Jet At A Time
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft Player Profiles – Penn State WR Allen Robinson

Onward we go with our 2014 NFL Draft profiles and scouting reports of players that might interest the Pittsburgh Steelers. Today we will have a look at Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson, an underclassman that has now declared for the draft. Allen Robinson/WR Penn State: 6’3 205 The Good Reliable on screens Comes back for the ball well Great vision after the catch Gets separation...
Via Steelers Depot
January 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Wide Receivers Mike Evans, Allen Robinson, Brandin Cooks Enter 2014 NFL Draft

NFL teams hoping to select a wide receiver in the first two rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft will be able to add three quality prospects to their big board on Thursday. According to Ralph D. Russo of the Associated Press, Texas A&M’s Mike Evans, Penn State’s Allen Robinson and Oregon State’s Brandin Cooks will join a deep wide receiver class and enter this year’s draft. Evans...
Via NESN.com
January 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Allen Robinson to enter 2014 NFL Draft

[Photo Credit: (Michael R. Sisak / The Citizens' Voice)] Former Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson has decided to skip his senior year of college to enter the 2014 NFL Draft. Here’s what Robinson said on Twitter today, shortly after the news broke. It was a honor to wear a penn state uniform for 3 years. I will miss my teammates and coaches, blessed for the opportunity and...
Via Total Sports Live
January 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Penn State’s Allen Robinson Thanks Teammates, Coaches On Twitter After Declaring For NFL Draft

Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson was one of many notable college players to declare for the NFL draft Thursday, forgoing his senior season in Happy Valley. Robinson took to Twitter today to thank his teammates and coaches. It was a honor to wear a penn state uniform for 3 years. I will miss my teammates and coaches, blessed for the opportunity and experience! — Allen Robinson...
Via College Spun
January 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Allen Robinson could play final home game for PSU

Penn State's seniors have earned a final celebration at Beaver Stadium, a time to honor their achievements and commitment to the university during the darkest days of the program's history. Allen Robinson won't be among the 17 seniors feted before the Nittany Lions play Nebraska on Saturday. But it's pretty much a sure bet that the standout junior wide receiver also will play his...
Via Associated Press
November 22, 2013  |  Discuss
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