Tennessee Titans fans may not watch UCF football, but pay attention to Robinson.
Central Florida’s Aaron Robinson is one of those guys that you would just assume is an athlete even if you didn’t know who he was when he walked in the room. He’s one of those six-foot cornerback prospects that NFL fans and coaches tend to fall in love with.
The film matches up with all of those things that we tend to write down and fawn over. Aaron Robinson has a high football IQ. He’s fluid. He tackles well. He studies. There’s a lot to get excited about when you watch him in coverage, and most importantly, he has what so many refer to as upside. With proper coaching, as good as he already is, there’s room for him to improve and get better.
Robinson, in 30 games at the collegiate level, racked up 103 total tackles, an interception, and two forced fumbles while playing one season in Tuscaloosa with the Alabama Crimson Tide and three more in Orlando at Central Florida.
Jot his name down if you haven’t. Depending on how things go come the first night of the draft, this might be someone that slips into the latter stages on Round 1.