The Jaguars take Cam Robinson at No. 34.
Our scouting report on Cam Robinson (6-6, 322): Started all 43 games in three years, winning the Outland Trophy as the nation’s best lineman. But allowed 10 sacks in his career, doesn’t have the quickest feet, and might be better suited for right tackle.
STAT’s scouting report: If one were to draw up the perfect specimen for an offensive lineman, it might look a lot like Robinson, whose hulking frame has appeared NFL-ready since he arrived on campus. Robinson simply engulfs defenders at the point of attack, creating easy running lanes and a wide obstruction for would-be pass rushers. Though he likely will be given every chance to remain at left tackle in the NFL, Robinson’s grade is boosted by the fact that he possesses the bulk and strength to project nicely to right tackle or even inside to guard, if needed, just like former Crimson Tide first round picks D.J. Fluker and James Carpenter. The biggest concern with Robinson, in fact, could be off-field issues, including a troubling arrest prior to the 2016 season on weapons and drug charges that could make his performance during interviews at the Combine critical to his final grade.