2014 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about Allen Robinson: Penn State, 6025 220 4.57. Junior entry. Two-year starter. Has been the Big-10’s most dynamic receiver over the past two years. Robinson had to work for his catches this past fall because of a freshman quarterback. Rarely was the ball put where he could catch it in stride. But the good news is he demonstrated his ability to adjust to the ball. Plays split end where he has an advantage with his height, speed, and quickness package. Weaves through traffic after his catch. Adjusts well to a ball thrown behind him. Quick off the ball and in and out of cuts. A hand catcher who will cradle and body catch the ball at times. A possession type receiver with good size and speed. Separates from defenders with his route running ability. Has a sudden spin move after catch. Has very good leaping ability with a 39-inch vertical jump. Snatches several balls at the high point. Concentrates on the ball when in a crowd. A big target with run after catch ability and body control. Has a large catching radius and is not afraid to go over the middle. Will need to learn all the receiver nuances to succeed on the next level. 2013 stats: 97-1432, 14.8 ypr, 6 TD. OSR:18/ 46. Third/fourth round. (A-32, H-9 1/2, VJ-39, SS-4.00).