ESPN writer Len Pasquarelli wrote a good article about Michael Robinson, exploring the possibility that Robinson will have to consider playing positions other than quarterback in order to be considered by an NFL team in the upcoming draft.
“I’m a football player, plain and simple, and isn’t that what they’re looking for?” Robinson said. “I don’t know where this whole idea came up that I have to play quarterback. I’ve never told that to scouts. Never said it once. My whole thing is, draft me as a football player, a guy who has made plays in big games, and been a winner. And if somewhere along the line, you find out I can play quarterback, that’s good. And if I can’t, well, you’ve still got yourself a player who is going to find a way to get on the field and help you.”
The NFL draft will take place on April 29.