Robinson Goes To New England

Zac Robinson was the 15th and final quarterback taken in the 2010 NFL Draft when the New England Patriots selected the record-breaking Oklahoma State Cowboy in the seventh round Saturday. Robinson was the 250th overall selection in the three-day draft in which four different Cowboys were chosen, including first-round picks Russell Okung and Dez Bryant.

Robinson was the third quarterback from the Big 12 Conference to be drafted, following Oklahoma's Sam Bradford (first overall) and Colt McCoy of Texas (round 3, 85th overall).

Robinson concluded his Oklahoma State career in January's Cotton Bowll as the school's record holder in total offense (10,175 yards), passing yards (8,317), touchdown passes (66) and completion percentage (61.2).

The 23-year-old Robinson played on four bowl teams during his OSU career, and was the Cowboys starting quarterback on back-to-back nine-win teams in 2008 and 2009.

Robinson joined Okung (sixth overall to the Seattle Seahawks), Bryant (24th overall to the Dallas Cowboys), and Perrish Cox (fifth round, 137th overall, to the Denver Broncos) as OSU players selected in the 2010 draft.

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