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Chop Robinson

Penn State

Chop Robinson

HT:

6030

WT:

250

YR:

JR

POS:

ED

OVR RK

16

POS RK

CEILING POTENTIAL

2

Near Elite

OVR RK

PLAYSTYLE & SCHEME FIT

In terms of scheme fit, Robinson's physical attributes and play style make him an ideal candidate for a stand-up EDGE role in 3-4 defensive schemes or as a designated pass rusher. His ability to generate pressure from various alignments is a valuable asset, and his high motor and athletic base suggest he could make an immediate impact in the NFL. However, to reach his full potential as an every-down player, he will need to continue developing, particularly in anchoring against the run. ?

SCOUTING REPORT

Chop Robinson, an edge defender from Penn State, has emerged as a notable prospect for the NFL Draft. His playing style is characterized by a high level of energy and aggressiveness. He is known for his dense, compact build, which provides him with exceptional strength and power at the point of contact. Robinson's explosiveness is a key attribute, evident in his volcanic first step that stresses offensive angles immediately. His lateral quickness and ability to execute complex hand movements like crisp double-swipe and rip combos are also impressive. Robinson is also recognized for his elite pursuit speed and urgency, making him a consistent disruptive threat. Moreover, thanks to his strength and natural leverage, he can effectively set the edge against the run.? However, Robinson's non-elite length can be a limitation, especially against longer and larger offensive tackles.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

KEY STRENGTHS

Explosiveness

Agility

Motor

KEY WEAKNESSES

Inconsistent

Length

Stiff Mover

PLAYER COMPARISONS

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