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Texas Olb Keenan Robinson Visits Panthers

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Aaron Wilson @RavensInsider

Source: Texas OLB Keenan Robinson visited Panthers

Might be a good pick up. For all of those people mock drafting Acho to us, it looks like it might be another Texas LB to get drafted by us.

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i like it. fills a need in an appropriate round

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which round? never heard of him

who is this Aaron Wilson fellow, and how do we get him to replace Joe Person?

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Have people really not heard of him?

If I had to bet, he'll be taken in the middle rounds.

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which round? never heard of him

who is this Aaron Wilson fellow, and how do we get him to replace Joe Person?

lol, Aaron Wilson is apparently the Ravens' Insider/Beat Writer, but honestly, the dude covers more of the NFL than anything I've ever seen. If you follow him on Twitter @ravensinsider you will get some awesome updates from him about all teams in the NFL.

And, according to CBSSports, Robinson is projected to go in the Later 3rd - Early 4th round. Could definitely be there at Round 4, Pick #8. But, he would limit out chances to get someone like Joe Adams.

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4thish

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I hope he's there when we pick in the fourth.

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4th round

ranked 7th at olb

Height: 6-3. Weight: 242.

40 Time: 4.69.

Bench: 27.

Vertical: 35.5. Broad: 10-0.

Arm: 33. Hand: 9 7/8.

Projected Round (2012): 3-4.

3/20/12: Robinson had a solid overall performance at the Combine. He did not stand out as much as a senior he did as a junior. In 2011, Robinson had 84 tackles with eight tackles for a loss, two forced fumbles, one sack and zero interceptions. He has speed, athleticism and quality size.

Robinson looks capable of doing more, but he was never a dominant player. Robinson played well in Mobile at the Senior Bowl.

8/23/11: Keenan Robinson is a fast, physical and underrated player. Last year, Robinson led Texas in tackles with 105. He also had 7.5 tackles for a loss, two sacks and one forced fumble. Robinson (6-3, 235) also is a quality player on special teams. He was an All-Big XII honorable mention for the second straight season. Robinson notched 63 tackles and four tackles for a loss as a sophomore. Robinson has good size, and if he has a big senior season, could push for consideration in the first round.

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lol, Aaron Wilson is apparently the Ravens' Insider/Beat Writer, but honestly, the dude covers more of the NFL than anything I've ever seen. If you follow him on Twitter @ravensinsider you will get some awesome updates from him about all teams in the NFL.

And, according to CBSSports, Robinson is projected to go in the Later 3rd - Early 4th round. Could definitely be there at Round 4, Pick #8. But, he would limit out chances to get someone like Joe Adams.

Yup. But I just got a feeling Adams may go in the third. Think someone will pick him up earlier than expected.

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