#AskLoogs: Robinson's unique talents

January, 5, 2014
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Uniquely talented. There are only two comparable players at offensive tackle in the seven years of the Under Armour All-America Game we feel would be fair. One is Cyrus Kouandjio at Alabama and the other is Andrus Peat at Stanford. He is more than worthy of being the No. 1-ranked overall player in this class, and in all honesty, Leonard Fournette is 1, Jabrill Peppers is 1a and Cameron Robinson is 1b. He possesses all the traits you look for in an offensive tackle -- both mentally and physically, and maybe most importantly, he has a tremendous amount of pride. It is very important to him to play good. He plays as if he’s always being evaluated or compared to someone. There are never any guarantees, but it was very clear when we had Kouandjio in the Under Armour Game, he was going to be a three-and-out first round NFL draft choice. Cameron Robinson is technically better at the same stage so that should tell you something.

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