Data Scout Notes: 2014: POutland/P2ndM...2013: NAC/NAM...2012: NA
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Draft Scout Corey Robinson News
08/09/14 - 2014 PRESEASON OUTLAND TROPHY AWARD WATCH LIST: OT Corey Robinson, South Carolina...Robinson, a 6-8, 344-pounder from Havelock, N.C., has started 22 contests and protects the quarterback's blind side from the left tackle position. - South Carolina football
08/09/14 - 2014 PRESEASON ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM (MEDIA): OL Corey Robinson, South Carolina (107)...Fifth-year senior tackle who mans the quarterback's blindside... started all 13 games in 2013 and has made 22 career starts... physical player who has the size that makes NFL scouts take notice... a Phil Steele and Athlon's preseason third-team All-SEC honoree. - South Carolina football
08/29/13 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: LT Corey Robinson has gone from not being on the radar to potentially USC's top offensive lineman. The 6-foot-8, 341 pound junior left tackle has had his problems in recent practices, however, in his attempt to handle All-American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. While line coach Shawn Elliott has been pleased with the play of both Robinson and his teammates, the inability to block Clowney could be a shock to his confidence. - The Sports Xchange
08/29/13 - OTHER SOUTH CAROLINA PROSPECTS WORTH WATCHING: OT Corey Robinson (6-7, 338, 5.36)*...Robinson's massive frame earned him praise as a prep but he struggled once on campus with finding a position, alternating between the offensive and defensive lines over his first three seasons. Last year, however, Robinson emerged as South Carolina's best left tackle, starting nine of the final 10 games at the all-important position. The redshirt junior's length is his best asset (as he's tough for opponents to get around when rushing the passer), but average lateral agility and balance likely means he'll be moved to the right side or inside to guard in the NFL. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com