Michigan Wolverines dual-threat quarterback will be heading to the NFL following this season but many believe that the signal-caller will need to change positions in order to be successful at the next level. It is a situation that Robinson will need to deal with as he considers his NFL future.
Fortunately for Robinson, he will have a great opportunity during the offseason to spend time up close and personal with NFL coaches and scouts at the 2013 Senior Bowl. Robinson has received in invite to the big college all-star game in Mobile, Alabama and it will be up to him to take the chance to show off his talent.
The Senior Bowl is the premier pre-NFL Draft event and it has provided dramatic changes in draft stock among participants in the past.
Robinson is the kind of player who’s dynamic play making ability could steal the show at the Senior Bowl and be the talk of the town in Mobile. This could be a golden opportunity for Robinson to show his skill set.
The man who spent his time at Michigan protecting Robinson, offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, is expected to enter the 2013 NFL Draft.
The 2013 Senior Bowl will take place on January 26, 2013 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile. As always, the game will be broadcast on the NFL Network. Leading up to the game, NFL scouts will be in attendance for the full week of practices.