Michael Robinson had the opportunity to workout for the crowd, which included personnel from the NFL, CFL and Arena League. The consensus among observers from the PSU program is that Robinson did "very well."
Of the 35 or so passes he tossed he "only had two or three that got away from him." Robinson was "fluid" with his mechanics and "consistent" with his release.
He passed to Ethan Kilmer and Isaac Smolko during the drill, both of whom did "great" with their receptions. "Smolko surprised a lot of [Penn State] guys with his perfomance," one observer shared. "He showed good consistency with his hands."
The highlight of Robinson's performance was a 65-yard strike on a roll-out, hitting Kilmer "right in stride."
People close to the Penn State program thought it was a strong showing by Robinson. As one observer explained, "He did everything he could to prove he deserves a shot at quaterback at least."
Whether the NFL scouts on hand agreed remains to be seen.
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