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2020 NFL Draft Player Profiles: Tulsa DB Reggie Robinson

From now until the 2020 NFL Draft takes place, we hope to showcase as many prospects as possible and examine both their strengths and weaknesses. Most of these profiles will feature individuals that the Pittsburgh Steelers are likely to have an interest in, while a few others will be top-ranked players. If there is a player you would like us to analyze, let us know in the comments below.

#9 Reggie Robinson II / DB Tulsa – 6007 205

The Good

  • Ideal physical traits – H/W/S (4.44 40) and strong
  • Very comfortable in Press coverage and plays with physical aggressiveness
  • Good awareness of routes in Zone coverage
  • Gets in the receivers pocket on deep routes
  • Willing and able defender against the run
  • Experience in kick coverages and had 4 blocked kicks

The Bad

  • COD is adequate to click and close on the ball in Off Man and Zone
  • Very grabby on the break
  • Leaves too much space on in breaking routes on the short and intermediate levels
  • Needs to get his head around on deep balls
  • Quicker receivers can open up space at the LOS
  • Must break down better to tackle in space


  • Career – 132 tackles, 101 solo, 4 TFL, 4 INT, 34 PD, 3 FR, 1 FF
  • 2019 – 38 tackles, 26 solo, 1 TFL, 4 INT, 13 PD, 2 FR
  • Has blocked 4 kicks in his career
  • 2019 – First Team All-AAC
  • His father played football at Grambling
  • Majoring in organizational studies
  • Favorite team is the Saints (from Louisiana) but “My dad kind of instilled in me his ‘Steeler Nation’ mentality.