The Michigan Wolverines are ready to host their pro day workouts Thursday, March 14, and the continued progression of quarterback-turned-wide receiver Denard Robinson is going to be one of the more scrutinized developments with the NFL Draft on the horizon.
Robinson said at the combine that route-running remains the sharpest learning curve in moving from one position to the other, and pro day represents another opportunity to show improvement. At CBSSports.com, Robinson is currently projected as a late-round pick, but his athleticism and play-making skills as a Wolverine could seemingly transfer to the next level no matter what.
Other Wolverines to watch at pro day workouts include defensive tackle William Campbell, defensive end Craig Roh, linebacker Kenny Demens, safety Jordan Kovacs, offensive lineman Patrick Omameh and wide receiver Roy Roundtree.
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