Michigan Wolverines legend is still being evaluated by a number of teams with just week to go.
There is no doubting the sheer athletic ability and speed that Denard Robinson will bring to which ever team eventually drafts him next week.
What people do doubt however is where he will be picked and where he will play.
Despite playing three years as the Wolverines QB, he was dropped from the position and moved to running back towards the end of the season, yet has been scouted by NFL teams as a potential wide receiver in the league.
The problem with this move is that Robinson has never played the position before, plus has had trouble with a recurring nerve injury in his elbow, which affects the grip he can put on a ball.
It is this reason why the player will be selected in the third or fourth round, simply because teams will not know where to put him on the team, with maybe a switch to playing exclusively as a return specialist until he can be coached into a different role.
Robinson left Michigan with a large collection of school records, which include the all-time rushing leader (4,495 yards) all-time total offence leader (10,745 yards) and nine of the 10 single game total offensive yards.
There is a place in the NFL for this great athlete, it is just a case of which team will pull the trigger first on this ‘experiment’.