The above video features junior-season highlights of 2018 three-star receiver Jaylon Robinson.
Jaylon Robinson, 2018 WR, Fort Worth (Texas) Paschal
Size: 5-10, 159
Recruiting: Robinson committed Oct. 23 to Texas Tech, which was the first program to offer him all the way back in June of last year. Robinson also holds offers from Baylor, Georgia, Illinois, Washington State, Colorado State, Houston, North Texas, SMU, and UTSA.
Rankings: Scout ranks Robinson as the No. 24 receiver in the state of Texas' 2018 recruiting class, which is another strong cycle at the receiver position.
Spring 2017: At The Opening Dallas, Robinson measured 5-foot-10, 159 pounds and recorded excellent times in the 40 (4.54) and shuttle (3.88).
2016: As a junior, Robinson gained 750 yards from scrimmage and scored nine total touchdowns. Robinson caught 37 passes for 446 yards and three TD's, while rushing 61 times for 304 yards and four scores. He also returned one kickoff for a touchdown and one punt for a TD.
2015: Robinson finished his sophomore season with nine catches for 121 yards and two touchdowns.
Jaylon Robinson is an athletic offensive playmaker who can line up in the slot or the backfield. He will likely fit best as a slot receiver in college, where he'll also be a return option, potentially early in his career. He's also the type of player who can be used in gadget situations.
Robinson possesses excellent speed and outstanding lateral agility. He's been laser-timed at 4.54 in the 40 and a blistering 3.88 in the shuttle. He also owns a vertical leap of 34.4 inches.
Robinson provides big-play ability any time he touches the ball and that helps compensate for his lack of size. He will need to add bulk in college to stand up to bigger defensive backs and aid as he improves as a blocker.
Overall athleticism and playmaking ability make Robinson a sometimes electric offensive weapon who could find himself on the field early on special teams. Robinson is a Power Five-caliber prospect. - Gabe Brooks
- Overall athleticism
- Lateral mobility/elusiveness
- Downfield threat
Areas to Improve
- Blocking ability