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BREAKING: Jammie Robinson leaving Florida State to declare for 2023 NFL Draft

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The season is over and which means players on Florida State’s roster which have potential futures on the NFL level are in decision-making mode.

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Because the conclusion of the regular season, it’s appeared like defensive star and safety, Jammie Robinson, would pursue an expert profession. Following the Seminoles’ victory over Oklahoma within the Cheez-It Bowl, the veteran announced that he had a Latest 12 months’s surprise coming.

Well, this is not precisely the surprise that Seminole fans were hoping for.

In line with his social media, Robinson has elected to declare for the 2023 NFL Draft. It’s expected that he’ll be probably the most highly-sought after safety prospects which might be draft-eligible.

The fifth-year senior finished the victory against the Sooners with a team-high 13 tackles, one tackle for loss, one sack, and one pass breakup. It was the 14th time in his profession that he recorded double-digit tackles in a game.

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Robinson is ready to take part in the Senior Bowl in February to try to boost his stock. Former Seminole Jermaine Johnson II parlayed his appearance within the event right into a First-Round selection last 12 months.

Though Robinson won’t return to Tallahassee in 2023, a plethora of other impact players similar to¬†quarterback Jordan Travis, running back Trey Benson, linebacker Tatum Bethune, linebacker Kalen DeLoach, and cornerback Renardo Green, amongst others, will probably be back for one more run.

Florida State may turn to the NCAA Transfer Portal to switch Robinson. The Seminoles have redshirt freshman Shyheim Brown on the roster, who looks like a possible star. It’s unknown if redshirt junior Akeem Dent plans to return for one more 12 months. At the highschool level, the coaching staff has four-star Conrad Hussey and three-star KJ Kirkland signed within the 2023 class.

The Georgia native totaled 318 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss, one sack, seven interceptions, and 16 pass deflections during his 4 years (to date) in college which have been split with South Carolina and Florida State. That included 170 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, one sack, and five interceptions with the Seminoles.

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