Greg Robinson: Injuries, durability, agility

Greg Robinson's NCAA durability and agility testing, and high school history.

Greg Robinson has been durable throughout his Auburn career and there is no mention of him on any school injury reports.

4.92 in the 40-yard dash…1.77 10-yard dash…2.88 20-yard dash…4.86 20-yard shuttle…7.80 three-cone drill…28 ½-inch vertical jump…9'-5" broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 32 times…35-inch arm length…10-inch hands…82 ¾-inch wingspan.

Robinson attended Thibodaux (La.) High School, playing for head coach Lenny Ford as a freshman and then for head coach Denny Lorio…Competed as a defensive tackle until his junior year, shifting to offensive guard as a junior…In his first season on offense, he earned All-Southern honors from the Orlando Sentinel, All-State recognition and was regarded as the premier blocker in the Class 5A-District VIII ranks…The Tigers rushed for twenty-six scores in 2009, as Robinson delivered nineteen touchdown-resulting blocks from the offensive guard position…During the 2010 campaign, Robinson collected 146 knockdowns and twenty touchdown-resulting blocks…Received a four-star grade from, as that recruiting service regarded him as the seventh-best offensive guard in the prep ranks…Earned Super Prep All-American first-team honors, as that service rated him 20th overall among all offensive line positions…Also a member of the Mobile Press-Register's Super Southeast 120 team, along with earning berths on the Prep Star Dream Team, MaxPreps Top 100 squad…Made the Orlando Sentinel's All-Southern Team as a first-team selection for the second consecutive year.

Robinson is majoring in Public Administration…Son of Rhonda Robinson and the late Greg Blackledge…Born 10/21/92…Resides in Thibodaux, Louisiana.

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