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Robinson is a classic speed burner and deep threat. He averaged 18.3 yards per reception over his four-year career at SMU, including a career-best 20.0 as a senior. Over 65 receptions, that translated into 1,301 yards in 2010, the second-most ever in a season for the Mustangs. His 14 receiving TDs as a senior were a school record, as were his TDs in eight consecutive games. Robinson caught a TD pass of 82 yards or longer in each of his final three seasons, including a 96-yard catch and run versus East Carolina in 2009. His exploits as a senior earned him first-team All-Conference USA honors. Robinson put his blazing speed on display at the NFL combine, running the 40-yard dash in 4.43 seconds to tie for fourth among wideouts. More surprising, his 17 reps in the bench press placed him among the top 15 at his position - quite an accomplishment given his small stature. He also finished third in the 60-yard shuttle. Robinson has a reputation of being fearless over the middle despite his lack of size. Partially due to that lack of size, Robinson is not expected to be drafted early, but he could be an excellent pickup in the second half of the draft.