|Robinson had a pair of top-notch seasons in his final two years at Michigan State, but there may be some concerns surrounding the safety's size and durability at the next level. The team captain earned first team all-Big Ten honors in 2011 after totaling 80 tackles - good for third on the Spartans - and tying for the team lead with four interceptions. He had nine picks in his career with another four coming during a second-team all-conference effort as a junior, when he had 76 tackles in 13 games. He recorded 67 tackles in 11 contests during his first season as a starter in 2009. Despite that consistent production, Robinson might have to wait until the final day of the draft to find out his next destination. A strong performance at the combine, however, might have boosted his stock. Robinson tied for second among safeties with a 4.52 effort in the 40, and tied for fourth in the broad jump (10 feet, 5 inches) and 20-yard shuttle (4.15 seconds). His 35-inch vertical jump left him tied for seventh. Robinson played in the Senior Bowl, making two tackles and recovering a fumble in helping the North squad to a 23-13 win. Perhaps the biggest concern for the safety is his smaller frame for the position and whether he can hold up against pro competition. Robinson experienced some ankle problems as a sophomore that caused him to miss all or parts of three games, but he didn't sit out any over the final two seasons.