2015 NFL DRAFT

Trevor Robinson, OG

School: Notre Dame  |  Conference: FBS Independents
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Elkhorn, NE
Height/Weight: 6-5 / 310 lbs.
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08/11/2011 - Everywhere Trevor Robinson looks, he sees familiar faces. And for the veteran Notre Dame guard, that's really a good thing. For Notre Dame to get where it wants to go this season - a BCS bowl - the Irish will rely on an offensive front that returns four starters. On the day before camp began last week, Coach Brian Kelly quickly pointed to the line as one of the team's strengths. "There are times where it's tough for an offensive lineman to be a team leader. Just by the nature of what you do," Robinson said. "It's kind of a point we want to get to. We know we can be successful and we want to be the group that takes the team to success." Robinson, who has made 27 starts as he enters his fourth season, will be joined by three other returning starters - center Braxston Cave and tackles Zack Martin and Taylor Dever. The only missing piece from last season is left guard Chris Stewart, who played a year ago while attending law school and has used up his eligibility. The Irish have veterans ready to step in for Stewart in fifth-year senior Andrew Nuss, who played in 13 games a year ago and can also play tackle, and Chris Watt, who can play guard or center. "This is the most continuity we've had from year to year since I've been here," Robinson said, crediting the system that Kelly implemented upon his arrival in December 2009. "Everything was different and now everything is almost the same. ... Where we are now compared to where we were last year, it's really night and day." The Irish allowed only 20 sacks through 13 games a year ago in a spread offense in which the quarterback is often moving. - AP Sports

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