Chris Robb NFL Draft Prospect

Chris Robb (#15) played as a wide receiver for Southwest Baptist University. Robb grew up in Garland, Texas and attended Sachse High School. Robb helped lead his team to become Bi-District Champions. Robb was also the district leader in catches, yards and touchdowns with 53 receptions for 902 yards and 12 TDs his senior year. Robb also played three seasons of varsity basketball and was an All-District Honoree while averaging 15 points per game and 7 rebounds per game. Robb 2
Robb had a very successful career at Southwest Baptist University playing as a wide receiver. Robb entered his freshman year coming off of a broken leg suffered from his senior season in high school. Robb saw time his freshman season as he appeared in 6 games and had 3 receptions for 23 yards. Robb finished off his senior year with 42 receptions for 431 yards and three touchdowns. His 2017 stats helped Robb receive the GLVC Sportsmanship award as well as All-GLVC this season. Robb made 32 starts at Southwest Baptist and during that time he recorded 98 receptions for 1,048 yards and 7 touchdowns. Robb reflected on his collegiate career by talking about how rewarding it was from, “going from 1-10 my freshman year to turning it around and becoming conference champs my junior year.” Robb would further explain that it was a great opportunity and he was glad he was able to stick around to witness it.
Robb said his toughest matchup came against matchup came against Truman State his senior year. Robb mentioned, “they have a smaller defense but they all know how to tackle.” Robb also mentioned that Truman State’s defense was, “the most disciplined defense he faced in his career.” During that game Robb was able to record 3 receptions for 36 yards.
Robb is currently preparing to participate in the Southwest Baptist University Pro Day as he looks to impress NFL Scouts one final time prior to the 2018 NFL Draft. Robb commented about his focus and said, “I am just working on speed and vertical as I try to be more explosive so I can be the most complete receiver I can be.” Robb has proven himself on the field as he often fights for the extra yards and catches the ball either at the highest point or in stride. Robb also excels at creating separation with his quick burst off of the snap. Due to his size, Robb could find success for team inside the red zone.

 

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