Former NFL Scout Gushes About ‘Superb Athlete’ Prospect

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Written By Maya Cantina

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The 2024 NFL Draft is generating plenty of buzz and excitement because of all the offensive talent that’s available across different position groups.

Quarterback, wide receiver, and offensive tackle are the strongest positions in this year’s class, though that shouldn’t take away from some of the defensive prospects.

There are several defensive backs that have a strong case to go in the first round as well as some defensive linemen that could help teams immediately.

Pass rushers will always be in high demand in the NFL because defenses are built around players who can get after the quarterback.

There are a couple of interesting players to watch out for, though none more intriguing than Penn State’s Chop Robinson.

Former NFL scout Greg Gabriel revealed that Robinson is held in high regard around the league and could go higher than the public thinks, via his personal Twitter account.

“The player who many clubs have higher rated than several analysts is Chop Robinson. He is just 21 and a superb athlete. Has great upside,” Gabriel said.

Robinson had a strong day at the NFL Combine and showed off his freakish athleticism, including his first step that many considered to be the best in his class.

Although his production last season wasn’t great, it’s clear that Robinson’s got the physical tools to develop into a quality edge rusher at the professional level.

Robinson is expected to be taken somewhere in the middle of the first round though he could go earlier than that given the scarcity of pass-rushing talent in this year’s draft.

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