"...Defense shut 'em down! Offense make plays! Hey, let's go be champions, boys!"- Greg McElroy
Well,,,,,, gotta start somewhere. Needs to stay on Dline.
Looks impressive on OL and DL. Watching video his ceiling looks a little higher as a OT. However, with some additional weight he could become a dominant NG.
What side of the ball is he expected to start?
Here's an awesome interview from ESPN..I love his answer about Alabama that appeals to him.."They Win".."All They Do Is Win"..Very well spoken kid..Great addition to this class..
Has anyone seen the below article? I am assuming the writer is talking about AR. Can't wait to see how this story ends.
"Each play has a history and a life of its own. How is that play going to be remembered? If you're focusing on that play and what you have to do that single play, usually you'll do pretty good on it." - Coach Nick Saban
That article did kinda read like it could be Robinson but considering all the camps he went to and the effort he put in those camps and all star games, I'd be surprised if it was him. Every player takes off some plays due to fatigue and scheme but from what I've seen of AR, I'm not worried at all.
Scout lists intensity/effort as his room for improvement. If that's his only room for improvement, I'm very glad we got him because other kids have come with that problem and have done well. He got great reviews from the AA game. It's just sour grapes IMHO.
When you are that much better then your competition in HS, which AR would have been...even in Texas, it's easy to give little effort. I played Football a long time, and remember a ton of times effort was 100% because there was little to no need...
The most important factor is his raw talent..Obviously he impressed our coaching staff at our camp..The 4th Quarter Program & his teammates will bring out the intensity level..That's why he came to Bama..
Last edited by TideMan09; February 8th, 2013 at 02:35 AM.