PROS: Has the size needed to play on the outside. While he lacks technique, he’s super aggressive in press coverage to create jams and crowd releases. Feels route stems well and keeps himself in-phase as patterns elongate. Terrific athlete that has plenty of spring in his step. Tenacious run defender and he can defend the d-gap. Ball production has been excellent and his ball skills pop on tape. Has some upside in zone coverage and he has a good feel for adjusting his landmarks as routes develop. Plays like an alpha in everything he does. Hips are smooth and his transitions are clean.
CONS: Footwork can be sloppy. Has to do a better job with his base in press coverage because receivers that can work steep angles gain a step on him and he resolves to tugging. Very handsy in general. Needs to play with better leverage in his pedal and when tackling.
BEST TRAIT - Ball Skills
WORST TRAIT - Technique
RED FLAGS - None
Tulsa cornerback Reggie Robinson developed nicely throughout his career after playing safety in high school. The switch flipped as a senior in 2019 where he was fifth in the FBS with 17 pass breakups and logged four interceptions. While Robinson has technical work needed in every coverage concept, he isn’t limited. There are positive reps in man, press and zone making him a versatile prospect that plays a physical brand of football and can make plays on the football. His development will now continue at the next level where his ceiling is exciting as he continues to develop his technique given his impressive physical traits and alpha mentality. Robinson profiles as a starting outside corner by Year Two/Three.