|Robinson earned the distinction of the NFL scouting combine's fastest player with his blazing 4.33-second 40-yard dash, and was hand-timed even faster at 4.29. The Central Florida standout graded out well in numerous areas, with the second-best vertical jump among cornerbacks at 38.5 inches and a broad jump of 11 feet, 1 inch, which matched Georgia Tech wide receiver Stephen Hill for the best mark by any player at the event. Robinson was a first-team All-Conference USA selection for the second straight campaign as he finished fourth on the Golden Knights with 48 total tackles and an astounding 15 pass deflections in 2011 as a junior before opting to turn pro a season early. The strong combine performance has vaulted Robinson into possible second-round territory after a productive three-year career in which he had 10 interceptions - six as a true freshman in 2009, when he earned second-team All-C-USA honors. One of Robinson's more notable performances in college came when he helped limit current Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green to eight catches for an average of 9.6 yards per reception in UCF's 10-6 victory over Georgia in the 2010 Liberty Bowl. Green finished with 1,057 yards last season. Efforts like that, along with Robinson's outstanding combination of speed, athleticism and ball-hawking ability, give him the potential to be a Pro Bowl player in the NFL.