Just some highlights from FSU Seniors participating in the Senior Bowl Patrick Robinson (CB -...


Just some highlights from FSU Seniors participating in the Senior Bowl Patrick Robinson (CB - FSU) had a good day as well. Robinson reacted well in both soft and press coverage, although he looked lacking during the stalk block drill which requires the defensive back to shed the wide receiver block and get to the ball carrier. Mayock thinks Robinson has the quickest feet of any CB in the draft. Battle Red Blog Patrick Robinson looked good today. He showed good press coverage and a quick breaks on the balls. Mocking the Draft Florida State safety Myron Rolle made a couple of real impressive hits in pass coverage and showed better hip flipping ability and footwork than most people thought he had. He’s not the physical specimen that Taylor Mays is (nobody compares to Mays), but Rolle fills out his pads nicely and seems very fluid athletically for a rocked-up body that took the last year off to study at Oxford. Real GM Football "The fact that he's been away from the game for a year doesn't bother me or anybody, I don't think," Mayock said. "He looks great - he's in wonderful shape. That's not the issue. The issue when he was [at Florida State] is that he's got a little bit of tight hips, he doesn't move as well as some of the other safeties in this draft. What he's got to show is that he can cover man-to-man, that he's a little bit more fluid than he might have looked a couple of years ago on tape. "The little bit I saw of him today, I liked him, but I just haven't seen enough yet. I don't think he's a high pick. I don't think anybody thinks he's a first- or second-round pick. What he has to do is rejustify his position somewhere in this draft" in a strong field of safeties. Philadelphia Daily News Florida State LB #36 Dakota Watson isn't the biggest but he can lay the wood. Recorded the most violent hit of the session. DraftDaddy