Robinson, a two-time winner of the Big Ten Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year award, made his decision public Thursday via his Twitter account.
It was a honor to wear a penn state uniform for 3 years. I will miss my teammates and coaches, blessed for the opportunity and experience!— Allen Robinson (@Djjango8) January 2, 2014
The 6'3, 210-pounder has the size, leaping ability and body control that NFL scouts drool over. He is rated the No. 6 receiving prospect by SB Nation's draft experts and is projected to go in the first or second round.
"We are very excited for Allen," interim head coach Larry Johnson told Paul Smith of FOX 43. "Allen has meant a great deal to our program at Penn State and we wish him all the best and continued success at the next level."
Robinson led the Big Ten in receptions and receiving yardage in consecutive seasons, piling up a combined 174 catches and 2,450 yards the past two years. His 177 career grabs rank second in Penn State history and his 2,479 receiving yardage is good for third.
He finished as a semifinalist for this year's Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation's most outstanding receiver.