Tyrese Robinson (© Greg Powers)

Breaking Down Oklahoma Signee Tyrese Robinson

Scout and SoonersIllustrated.com take a closer look at Oklahoma signee Tyrese Robinson, a top 10 guard prospect nationally.


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Tyrese Robinson, Guard, McKinney (Texas) Boyd

Size: 6-4, 290

Recruiting: Robinson is a long-tenured Oklahoma pledge as he's been committed since Jan. 30, 2016 to the Sooners. He garnered offers nationally during his recruitment, such as Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA, Utah, and several others.

Rankings: Robinson is Scout's No. 2 offensive guard in Texas for 2017. He also ranks eighth nationally among guard and is the No. 158 overall prospect in the 2017 Scout 300.

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Evaluation notes

Robinson is a tough, physical offensive lineman who likely best fits a guard position at the next level. Primarily played right tackle during his final three seasons in high school. Tenacious run-game mauler who locks on and finishes blocks with vigor. Powerful prospect who thrives in the run game, but also wins vast majority of matchups in pass protection.

Robinson can improve hand technique and footwork, but that's common for young prospects. He's a high-major offensive lineman prospect who could potentially be position-versatile at the next level, though either guard spot appears best-suited to his frame and skill set. - Gabe Brooks

  • Drive-blocking ability
  • Power/strength
  • Aggression

Areas to Improve
  • Hand placement/technique
  • Footwork 

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