January 27, 2010

Robinson looks to break Nolesí first-round drought

MOBILE, Ala. --- It might be hard to believe, but it's going on three years that Florida State has been without a first-round selection in the NFL draft.

If any Seminole is going to break that drought this year, it would have to be Patrick Robinson. The cornerback is one of three former FSU players participating in this year's Senior Bowl, the annual NFL scouting showcase which takes place on Saturday.

Robinson has spent the early part of the week testing himself against an outstanding South team receiving corps that features former Ole Miss teammates Shay Hodge and Dexter McCluster, Riley Cooper of Florida and Tulane's Jeremy Williams, among others. Throughout the week of practice leading up to Saturday's game, Robinson's mission is clear.

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