"We all work hard and at some point we all can be deep ball threats," Robinson told GoBlueWolverine. "When the ball comes to us we all can make plays. I couldn't really say who could be the exact person but season time the fans will see what we can all do."
"So far I feel like we've all been working hard this camp," said Robinson. "I'm doing what I can to make Michigan a better football team so we'll see what happens on September 1st."
Mentioned time and time again by offensive coordinator Al Borges and head coach Brady Hoke throughout spring practice, Robinson feels as if it's his time to contribute for the Wolverines.
"I just felt like I've been here, I'm kind of an older guy; but at the same time I'm young," said Robinson. "So I need to step my game up a lot, and I've been working hard in the off-season just to better myself and my teammates."
In addition to spring football, Robinson and the rest of the Wolverines have spent a lot of their free time during the off-season inside the football facilities. The work is paying off in camp with the offense flowing very well together as a unit.
"We try to get as much work in as possible," said Robinson. "Even though our coaches don't have us doing anything, there's no days off for us. We stay working hard."
"It helps a lot and that's why this camp right now we're rolling through a lot of stuff," he continued. "The timing with the quarterbacks is real good with all the receivers, so everything is going good so far."
One member of the receiving corps that's been helpful throughout Robinson's career is Michigan redshirt senior Roy Roundtree. Despite the disappointing news regarding Roundtree's arthroscopic knee surgery, the former Trotwood-Madison star's presence still resonates in his absence on the field.
"Over the years I've learned so much from Tree, as far as being a leader and helping me as a big brother on and off the field," said Robinson. "He really is a teaching guy for all of us and I've learned so much from him. I couldn't even tell you everything but he's definitely a leader on this team. A big leader."
Roundtree's partner in crime in the student section at basketball games last season and the proverbial face of Michigan football, Denard Robinson, is impressing in the passing game during camp as the Wolverines prepare to make a Big Ten title run.
"Everybody knows Lace can run but he's becoming a better passer," said Robinson. "We're fixing all of the mistakes we made last year, trying to make it to the goal."
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