INDIANAPOLIS – We’re halfway through this year’s NFL Combine as most of the offensive players have completed their interviews over the past two days and defense takes over today.
Former Auburn left tackle Greg Robinson is a heated competition to be the top tackle selected in May’s NFL Draft. He measured in at 6-foot-5 and 332 pounds and ran an official 40 time of 4.92 seconds, second best among offensive linemen.
— Greg Robinson (@GregRobinson73) February 22, 2014
— Coach Gus Malzahn (@CoachGusMalzahn) February 22, 2014
Michigan’s Taylor Lewan (6-foot-7, 309 pounds) ran an official 4.87 to take the fastest time among the offensive linemen at the Combine.
Robinson blew people away with an unofficial 4.84-second 40-yard dash with a 1.68-second 10-yard split.
Robinson’s first 40 attempt was 4.88 seconds with a 1.69 second 10-yard split.
NFL analysts chimed in on Robinson, who is a lock to be chosen in the top 10.
Auburn OT Greg Robinson- 332-pound OL shouldn’t move like that!! If you’ve actually done his tape, how do you not see top OL in this class? — Todd McShay (@McShay13) February 22, 2014
Robinson’s 32 bench reps on Friday were seventh best among offensive linemen, ahead of both Lewan (29) and Mathews (24).
Tre Mason spoke today and Dee Ford was supposed to speak with the media today but for the third time in as many days, Auburn’s representative did not appeared when they were supposed to..