Aaron Robinson might turn out to be a great pick
Jim Nagy, the Executive Director of the Reese’s Senior Bowl was a guest on Jordan Raanan’s podcast “Breaking Big Blue” and he said he believes that New York Giants’ third round pick, Aaron Robinson can play on the inside as a nickel corner, as well as the outside and even some safety.
“He’s great in there at the slot. He’s got great feel,” Nagy said. “I think there’s more swiss army knife to him than he was able to show at UCF. I think he’s got the size and the power to go the outside and play on the outside. And I think that his ability to come down hill and tackle and be a factor versus the run, you could also play him at safety. I think he’s got that kind of versatility once he kind of settles in.”
The Giants are pretty much set at safety with Xavier McKinney, Logan Ryan and Jabrill Peppers. But, if one or more of them were to go down with an injury, it sounds like Robinson has the potential to fill-in. It also looks like he’s just a versatile player that has the ability to help New York out in many different ways.
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