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Draft Scout News
06/25/12 - LB Donovan Robinson was signed by the Saints. Robinson, a 6-3, 250-pound linebacker, entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent out of Jackson State, signing with the New York Jets in May, with whom he spent the offseason. Prior to entering the NFL, he started 31 games at Jackson State, finishing his college career with 181 tackles and 30 sacks. As a senior in 2011, he was a Football Championship Subdivision honorable mention All-American and second team all-SWAC selection after recording 58 tackles (34 solo), 23.5 tackles for a loss, 16 sacks, four pass defenses and one fumble recovery. In 2010 the Milwaukee native was named to the all-SWAC second team after leading the conference with 18.5 tackles for a loss and ranking second with eight sacks.
06/18/12 - LS Donovan Robinson was waived by the Jets.
03/26/12 - Jackson State University held its annual pro day Friday with 10 draft-eligible Tiger players participating and over 20 NFL teams in attendance. Players with exhausted eligibility also participated in the JSU pro day. Jackson State's draft-eligible players included: Anthony Johnson (DB), Casey Therriault (QB), Donavan Robinson (DE), Marcellos Wilder (WR), Tim Dandridge (DB), Rodrick Gladney (OL), Renty Rollins (TE), Joshua Tiller (TE), Keenan Tillman (WR) and Demario Pippen (RB). Players began workouts for pro scouts in the JSU weight room where their height, weight, bench press and jumping ability was checked. After finishing in the weight room everyone moved to the JSU practice field where the players participated in the 40-yard dash, agility tests and some position specific drills. JSU's Donavan Robinson received the most attention from scouts. QB Casey Therriault also received a good amount of attention when he worked out with the wide receivers, tight ends and running backs in passing drills. - Jackson State football