HogHaven had a breakdown of UDFA Tyrese Robinson, OL from OK.
"I enjoyed this quote from Simon Carroll, Head Of NFL Draft Content at Touchdown.com:
Watching Tyrese Robinson is a hell of a lot of fun. A true tone setter on the Sooners o-line, Robinson is a guy who helps establish a dominant culture within a group, and backs it up on the field with a no holds barred approach to winning in the trenches. Robinson comes with obvious limitations; he’s not the most agile and despite having experience on the outside will be playing guard at the next level. He stands to get better quickly if he can channel his aggression and play a little more controlled, improving his footwork and positioning as a result. But ultimately he looks to be a backup in the NFL whose sheer enthusiasm to go and hit someone into submission will rub off on his teammates.
Robinson is 6’3”, and the Commanders website lists him at 324 pounds. At Oklahoma, Robinson started at right guard for two seasons before 2021, when Robinson made the move to right tackle to help coaches put the best five linemen on the field. In his new role, he started all 13 games and earned Second-Team All-Big 12 honors from the Associated Press.
In the NFL he will almost certainly play guard, but his year of experience at right tackle in the Big 12 conference will provide a bit of positional versatility as well.
On a Ron Rivera coached team, I think it’s clear that there will be 10 offensive linemen on the 53-man roster. When you count up the veterans and draft picks ahead of Robinson, I don’t think there’s any question of him competing for a spot on the regular roster in 2022. The UDFA will almost certainly spend training camp trying to earn a spot on the Practice Squad, where he can develop his strength, understanding of the game and positional techniques to the level where he can eventually compete for a guard spot in the NFL.
A quick glance at his measurables in spider chart and tabular formats will show that he does not have an elite athletic profile.....Still, this is a guy who had 38 starts in a major college program (15 at right tackle; 23 at right guard) and was named 2nd team All-Big 12 (AP) in 2021. Opinions vary, but he seems to project anywhere from a career practice squad player to an eventual starter. To reach his highest potential, he’ll have to use technique and intelligence to overcome physical limitations."
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