2017 NFL Draft

Gerell Robinson, WR

School: Arizona State  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Chandler, AZ
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 227 lbs.
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Latest News
12/22/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Gerell Robinson had five 100-yard efforts in the final seven games of the regular season, including career highs with 11 catches for 199 yards vs. Arizona. The 6-4 senior ended the regular season with 1,156 receiving yards, which is the fourth-best total in school history. - The Sports Xchange

09/09/2011 - SCOUTING THE OFFENSE: Arizona State, after a few years of inexperience and youth on the offensive line, have a veteran unit, and it will be tested against Missouri. Missouri has standout ends Brad Madison and Jacquis Smith, as well as senior tackles Dominique Hamilton and Terrell Resonno, both returning starters. That means QB Brock Osweiler could be under pressure, and he has shown uncommon mobility for someone who is 6-8. If he can get time, he'll find wideouts such as Gerell Robinson and Aaron Pflugrad downfield against a secondary that features three new starters. - The Sports Xchange

09/01/2011 - SCOUTING THE OFFENSE: ASU is in its second season under coordinator Noel Mazzone, who upgraded the passing attack last season when the Sun Devils were 15th nationally with 286.4 passing yards per game. ASU should be even sharper in their spread attack this season, assuming QB Brock Osweiler lives up to expectations, because it has finally matured on the offensive line, returning all five starters. Senior WR Gerell Robinson seems poised for the breakout season many had expected a couple of years ago. - The Sports Xchange

08/28/2011 - BREAKOUT STAR: WR Gerrell Robinson - This is the last go-round for the senior, who arrived with a lot of hype. He looks the part 6-4, 222 pounds but he's never had a 100-yard game and he's never made more than seven receptions in a game. But a strong spring practice and the entire offense's comfort with the spread attack indicated that the light bulb was coming on for Robinson, who caught 29 passes for 387 yards and five touchdowns last season. - The Sports Xchange

08/25/2011 - As each day passes, Gerell Robinson feels better. About his sprained left knee. About his place on Arizona State's football team. About his future. After missing more than a week, the senior receiver practiced Wednesday. He was held back during team drills, but that day is coming, Robinson said. "I'm a full day or two away from being fully healthy," he said. "I'll be back Sunday, full go." Much is expected from Robinson this season. After three rocky years, he has the chance to be a potent weapon in ASU's attack. He has all the tools: He stands 6-foot-4 and weighs 222 pounds. He has strong hands and a competitive spirit. "Without a question," coach Dennis Erickson said. "He's big in our plans." "Last year was really the first time I felt dominant and explosive and then I had my (preseason) hamstring injury," Robinson said. "I was (eventually) able to do a little bit, but it wasn't nearly at the health level I wanted." As a result, Robinson, despite the knee sprain, seems more focused this season. He said this stems from maturity, an improvement from the early days when he says he had a "big man's body with mind of a boy." Asked to assess his ASU career to this point, Robinson never hesitates: "Unfinished," he said. "As a team we have goals set that we haven't accomplished and we have kind of let these fans down over these last few years. Being a home-town kid, I definitely feel we owe them something." - Doug Haller, The Arizona Republic


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