Jammie Robinson NFL Draft

Jammie Robinson

  • SAF Florida State
  • Senior
  • #176
  • 5'11"
  • 199lbs
  • Prospect
  • Atlantic Coast

2021 Season









Prospect Summary

Jammie Robinson 2023 NFL Draft Scouting Report


  • Recorded team-high 85 tackles and four interceptions 


  • Scheme tendencies: Scheme-versatile player 
  • 2022 projected role: Starting safety 

Pros: Jammie Robinson’s best trait as a prospect is his versatility. Robinson aligns as the deep safety, box safety, and at the nickel position. At all positions, Robinson shows to be an effective player and makes plus-level plays. As a deep safety, Robinson is capable of reading the quarterback’s eyes and allowing the movement to take him in the direction of the play. As a box safety, Robinson does a good job of inserting himself in the run and showed to be an effective tackler. As a nickel player, Robinson displays some short-area quickness that allows him to effectively cover shiftier receivers who typically align in the slot position. Robinson has a ton of good qualities that appear to translate well to the NFL. 

Cons: Although Jammie Robinson plays a variety of positions on the field, the position that he can most improve at is deep safety. The deep safety position requires the player to have great instincts and range. Watching Robinson, it appears he isn’t fully comfortable tracking deep balls. This results in him turning and running to match the receiver instead of turning and tracking the ball in the air. There were multiple opportunities for Robinson to make the interception but a lack of comfortability or confidence prevented him from turning and locating the ball in the air. Robinson is a good defensive back prospect and with an improvement in this aspect of his game, he could see his draft stock rise significantly.

Jammie Robinson NFL Draft Scouting Report by Keith Sanchez