Posted April 27, 2013 on michigan.scout.com
MGoBlue.com: Robinson was drafted as a running back in the fifth round with the 135th overall choice and joins former Wolverines quarterback Chad Henne (2004-07) with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Will Campbell was chosen in the sixth round with the 178th overall choice and joins former U-M linebacker David Harris (2004-06) with the Jets.
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