3 FSU Players Successful in Senior Bowl


Here are the defensive stats for our 3 Senior Bowl participants. Patrick Robinson-2nd leading tackler with 3 solo, 3 ast, 6 total tckls, 1 pass broken up. Dekoda Watson -tied for 5th leading tackler with 2 solo, 1ast, 3 total tckls Myron Rolle-tied for 5th leading tackler with 1 solo, 2 ast, 3 total tckls, and 0.5 TFL Myron had a good Senior Bowl game making a couple of nice goal line stops for the South team. "I felt like I did well. I had a lot to prove this week," Rolle said. "I had to be the one going out to make plays and show the athleticism I had before I left for Oxford, and I think I did that. "I don't think this week could have gone any better. The scouts who talked to me, they were all very impressed. They thought I was a better player now than I was at Florida State." Cornerback Patrick Robinson, who played at FSU last season, had one of the better days defensively, racking up six tackles and one pass breakup. He was also down momentarily in the endzone on a play where he dislocated the ring finger on his left hand, but he would return to the game. Rolle is projected as a second/third round selection in April's NFL Draft while Robinson, considered the No. 2 cornerback available, could sneak into the late first round. The information above was obtained from multiple sources. The above quotes were from this story, click here to read the full story.