There are always receivers that aren't given special attention, Robinson is that receiver. He is vastly underrated, he goes up for the ball, isn't afraid to get caught across the middle, and has the high motor to break tackles every play. let's break him down.
Is he a boom or bust player? Absolutely not, Allen Robinson is one of the most consistent, dedicated, injury free leaders in the wide receiver class. Robinson has been been injury free his whole collegiate career. Starting 30 games (he started 4 games as a freshman). When Penn State needed him to step up, and lead he was there. Very consistent and imporves his game, he went from his sophomore season tallying 1000 yards, to his junior tallying 1400 yards. Does he have Great top end speed?
Allen Robinson has speed that is enough to get amazing separation from good corners in the NFL. Reportedly running a 4.35, which is solid for a 6"3 receiver. Robinson's speed is high among the other Receiver candidates. Does Allen Robinson understand the route tree?
Allen Robinson understands routes enough to be relied on in key situations. He is known to run very well slants, and Deep posts. Not known for good streak route. He is an Elite bubble screen threat. Ball Security?
Robinson's ball security is what gets him. He oftenly fumbles the ball in key moments, like against Michigan. Ball security will be enforced at training camp, so no worries there. Is He a leader?
Allen Robinson is the 2nd most influential Leader, right behind Jordan Matthews. Robinson stepped up in Penn when needed most. Known to motivate teammates into pushing them selves harder in drills. VERY vocal leader, (just like Smitty) and makes his teammates better. Potential Comparisons?
Allen Robinson Potential. Ceiling: Top 15 #1 Receiver. Basement: Amazing #2.
Here is Allen Robinson in a Mini Mock
1st: Allen Robinson
2nd: Davante Adams/ Juwaun James
3rd: Juwaun James/ Donte Moncrief
Not sure if James will be there in the 3rd so i subbed him into the 2nd and put another receiver in the third.
Allen Robinson Highlights (via SportsWorld3)
2013 Penn State at Ohio State Football Highlights (via T3SportsBigTen)