From Zierlein's Shrine Game report: Texas DE Brian Robison is noticeably shorter than the tackles he is going up against, but he played with speed and leverage and was regularly beating tackles in one-on-one drills (and letting them know about it). http://blogs.chron.com/fantasyfootball/ From Olin Buchanan's coverage: High praise: Texas' Brian Robison might have been overshadowed to some degree by more heralded teammates, but scouts are apparently high on the 6-foot-3, 270-pound defensive end. One scout suggested Robison has a higher upside than former Texas defensive end Tony Brackens, who played nine seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars and appeared in a Pro Bowl. http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaaf/news?slug=rivals-89788&prov=rivals&type=lgns All Robison does is make plays. Guy is always making big hits, forcing fumbles, batting passes. Health has been a concern. Somebody is going to take this guy late and get a winner. Might be able to play a 3/4 OLB or some sort of hybrid spot, but he'll be a heckuva weakside 4/3 DE. He's a fine athlete. Would love to see him in a Texans uni.