Meet The Newest Cowboy: Ryan Robinson

Ryan Robinson is a 6-4, 265-pound defensive end prospect who played the last two seasons at Jones County (Miss.) Community College and transferred to OSU in January.

DE Ryan Robinson
6-4, 265, 4.6
Hoschton (Mill Creek), Ga./Jones County (Miss.) C.C.
Sophomore Honors (JC): First team All-MACJC, first team All-Region XXIII, SuperPrep Juco Top 100 (No. 47 player in the nation), Scout 3-star recruit.
Freshman Honors (JC): Second team All-MACJC.
High School Honors: First team All-Gwinnet County (Gwinnett Touchdown Club).
Sophomoe Stats (JC): 64 tackles, 13 TFL (-34 yards), 8 sacks (-37 yards), 1 fumble caused.
Freshman Stats (JC): 58 tackles, 3 TFL (-4 yards), 10.5 sacks (-46 yards), 1 fumble caused.
High School Stats: 85 tackles, 14 TFL, 5 sacks.
Other schools recruited by: Auburn, South Carolina, Kentucky, Middle Tennessee State.
Greg Powers Signing Day Evaluation: A talented big athlete, Robinson runs as well as most linebackers. He has good size and uses his quickness as a good speed rusher. He has trouble getting off of blocks and rarely makes the extra effort to chase down plays from the back side. Must improve his technique and effort level to become more than a pass rushing specialist on the next level.

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