|As the Big Ten's leading receiver each of the past two seasons, Robinson might be a lock to be a first-round pick if it weren't for one factor - a lack of top-flight speed. His 4.60 40-yard dash at the NFL combine was one of the worst times among receivers, though he dropped some weight by the time Penn State had its pro day and improved to a 4.47. Otherwise, Robinson has all the makings of being a big contributor at the next level. He has exceptional size, hands, technique and elevation, along with big numbers in a big-time conference and a pro-style offense under Bill O'Brien. He's further attracted scouts with his penchant for acrobatic grabs and leaping ability, having placed among the top 10 wideouts at the combine in the vertical and broad jumps. However, some are weary that his speed prevents him from getting open far downfield or create much separation off the line. Despite hardly playing as a freshman and leaving Penn State after his junior season, Robinson finished two receptions shy of Deon Butler's school record of 179. He had a breakout sophomore year as he led the Big Ten by a wide margin in all major receiving categories with 77 catches, 1,013 yards and 11 touchdowns. Robinson was back atop the conference with single-season school records of 97 receptions and 1,432 yards in 2013, though his TDs dropped to six as he attracted more defensive focus. The third-team All-American could be an ideal red zone target, though, and Robinson has shown he can dominate against the best competition. He tore apart the star-studded Ohio State secondary - led by possible first-round pick Bradley Roby - with 12 catches for 173 yards and two TDs, then closed his career with eight for 122 against a Wisconsin team that entered with the nation's 10th-best pass defense.