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30-Days, 30 Prospects: DAY 19 – Safety Jammie Robinson

Jammie Robinson is a physical, hard-hitting safety with the potential to be moved around to all positions in the secondary. The four-year starter at South Carolina and Florida State is one of the most experienced in the draft class, playing just over 2900 snaps in his career. In 2022, Robinson added a wrinkle to his repertoire, showing the ability to come downhill as a formidable pass rusher, tallying 14 quarterback pressures.

Robinson’s physicality and ability to come downhill to plug gaps against the rush highlights one of many of his strengths. Additionally, he has an everlasting motor and a thirst for hitting, as he is a supremely efficient tackler and takes no plays off. In pass coverage, his skills match the ability of an adequate cornerback, specifically with defending crossing routes and mirroring receivers from sideline-to-sideline. Moreover, his high-IQ in route recognition consistently places himself in the right position to make plays, also making him a solid slot-corner/nickel corner candidate.

Sometimes, his aggressiveness can get himself into trouble, often biting on double moves at times. He also must dedicate himself to the film room upon getting drafted, as he needs to sharpen his knowledge of zone coverages and overall vision. Lastly, at 5′ 11″ and just under 200-lbs, he is a tad bit undersized at the position, as he struggles with defending jump balls.

All in all, Robinson shows the versatility, the physicality, the motor, and the will-do attitude to be an excellent addition to the Raiders defense at #100-overall, on the condition that needs at the cornerback, linebacker, and defensive tackle are filled prior. Robinson would be a great addition to the defensive back room, as he could compete for the starting strong safety or play the nickel position in relief of Nate Hobbs.

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