Florida State defensive again Jammie Robinson has declared for the NFL Draft, asserting his resolution on social media Sunday morning.
“I sincerely appreciate my teammates, coaches, family and fans of the University of South Carolina and Florida State University community who have made the last four years memorable,” Robinson posted on Twitter. “ … I have been fortunate enough to be surrounded by men who exemplify what it means to be hardworking leaders and for that, I’m grateful.”
Robinson was a first-team, All-ACC choice after main the group in tackles (99) for the second consecutive season. The redshirt junior wrapped up his second season with the Seminoles after transferring in from South Carolina in 2021. He completed his time at FSU with 183 tackles, 12 tackles for loss with 5 interceptions, 8 passes defended, two pressured fumbles and a fumble restoration.
He was the Seminoles high tackler (13) of their 35-32 win over Oklahoma within the Cheez-It Bowl Thursday evening, including a sack and a fumble restoration.
Coach Mike Norvell and defensive coordinator Adam Fuller responded to the information on Twitter.
Grateful for the chance to educate you, @JayRob_7. It has been an amazing pleasure to see you succeed and proceed to enhance, ” mentioned Norvell. “Excited for your future and thank you for how you finished here! #KeepCLIMBing Always here for you, once a Nole, ALWAYS a Nole! #NoleFamily.”
Added Fuller: “This game brings about great opportunities for lifelong relationships. @JayRob_7, thank you for your competitive spirit and growth.”
Despite being thought of NFL prospects, Robinson and edge rusher Jared Verse selected to play in FSU’s bowl sport. He famous on the time, his focus remained on taking part in within the sport.
“I’ve been football-minded. I am here. I am with my brothers right now because I know when it is over with, it will be over with, and I will miss it,” he mentioned. “Right now, I am not going to try to miss it. I am going to cherish every moment with my brothers.”
After the Seminoles’ bowl win, Robinson hinted that he might need a shock heading into the New Year.
“I’m going to have a New Year’s present for everybody,” Robinson mentioned. “I appreciate Florida State for everything, even if I leave or don’t leave. I’ll take a few days off, clear my mind, talk with my brothers, my parents and my family, and see what’s the best decision for me.”
WalterFootball.com has Robinson projected as a second-round choice whereas Sports Illustrated has him projected as a fourth-round choose.