Denard Robinson of the most electrifying players in the long history of University of Michigan football but his standing for the NFL Draft is uncertain.
He won’t be a quarterback in the professional ranks and his week as a wide receiver at the Senior Bowl revealed him to be more of a project that some might have originally though.
If there is a player that could benefit from an increased focus on training ahead of the draft it is Robinson.
Many prospects head to training academies on a full time basis to prepare for pro days then spend the final weeks or days before the draft at home. But that’s not what Robinson plans to do. While the NFL is certainly a big dream of his, he is still looking to make another dream come true.
Denard says he is staying in Ann Arbor to graduate on May 4. First in his family to graduate from four-year college, means something to him.
— Mike O’Hara (@MikeOHaraNFL) February 23, 2013
With the NFL Draft just a week before graduation day, Robinson is in for an exciting week and a proud week for his family.