Data Scout Notes: 2014: 03-03-14 - Received Extra year/2013 Concussion...2013: NAC/NAM...DS#1TeamProspect-DBrugler...2012: 09-22-12 - (+) Undisclosed INJ, out/NA...2011: NA
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07/24/14 - Other N.C. State prospects to watch in 2014: OT Rob Crisp...Big, athletic tackle who has demonstrated quickness, strength and agility that NFL scouts look for, but hasn't been able to stay healthy. After manning the right tackle position for all of his sophomore year (2011), Crisp was injured in the 2012 opener causing him to miss five games, then in 2013, he suffered a concussion in week two and missed the remainder of the season as a result. Granted an extra year of eligibility, Crisp has the chance to draw significant draft consideration if he's able to overcome his only glaring weakness in his final season, and stay healthy. - Derek Stephens, NFLDraftScout.com
03/17/14 - North Carolina State offensive tackle Rob Crisp will return after missing nearly all season with a concussion. Crisp was hurt in the second game. Coach Dave Doeren said Monday that the senior, who hadn't taken a redshirt year, was granted a medical redshirt for last season. Doeren said the team is trying to get a sixth year for safety Jarvis Byrd, who tore a knee ligament for the third time in his career last year at Wake Forest. N.C. State starts its second set of spring practices under Doeren on Wednesday. The Wolfpack won three games and went winless in Atlantic Coast Conference play in his first year. The school moved the start back a day due to icy weather conditions that reached the area Monday afternoon. - AP Sports
08/11/13 - TOP NC STATE PROSPECTS FOR THE 2014 NFL DRAFT: 1. OT Rob Crisp (6-7, 312, 5.32)...Last season wasn't pretty for the NC State offensive line as they struggled to consistently protect the pocket, but Crisp didn't play at 100 percent due to injuries most of the season, most notably a broken tailbone. After a promising sophomore year where he didn't give up a sack as the starting right tackle, he was injured in the 2012 season opener, missed the next four games and limped his way through the second half of the season. However, Crisp is finally back to 100 percent health this summer and appears ready to anchor the NC State offensive line in 2013 as the starting left tackle and one of the leaders on offense. He looks the part with a tall, athletic frame, flashing the foot agility and quickness to burst off the snap and quickly get into position. Crisp has the natural body control and athletic tools to attract attention from NFL scouts this season if he can stay healthy. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
10/15/12 - OT Rob Crisp missed the last three games with an unspecified injury. The left tackle was injured during the season opener. Sophomore Tyson Chandler started the last three games in his place. - College Injury Report