Examining draft picks: Allen Robinson

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Taking a deeper look at each of the Jacksonville Jaguars' nine draft picks:

Wide receiver Allen Robinson

Round drafted (pick): Second (No. 61 overall).

Height and weight: 6-feet-3, 220 pounds.

Stat(s) to know: Despite catching only three passes as a Penn State freshman in 2011, Robinson is second in school history with 177 receptions. His 2,474 receiving yards ranks third and his 17 touchdown catches are fourth. ... He is one of only two receivers in school history to record 1,000-yard seasons (2012 and 2013). Bobby Engram did it in 1993 and 1995. ... His 77 catches in 2012 broke the school record of 63 (Engram and O.J. McDuffie) and he topped that with 97 catches in 2013.

Where he fits: Robinson gives the Jaguars something they haven't had since Matt Jones -- a big receiver. He's more physical than Jones, though, and that's an added plus. Most of the Jaguars' experienced receivers are 6-0 or shorter (free-agent acquisition Tandon Doss is 6-2 but he has just 19 catches in three seasons) so Robinson adds another element to the offense. He's going to be especially useful in the red zone, where the quarterback can throw the ball up and let him go get it. With his frame, 37-inch vertical jump, and long arms (32 inches), Robinson will be tough to cover. He has experience in Bill O'Brien's pro-style offense so that should help ease his transition.

Concern(s): He doesn't have blazing speed and he needs to become more fluid in his route running. He also needs to get stronger and work on catching the ball with his hands on the shorter routes instead of catching it with his body.

Rookie projection: Cecil Shorts, Marqise Lee and Ace Sanders are the top three receivers and Robinson will have to battle Mike Brown and Kerry Taylor for the No. 4 spot. His size gives him the advantage there, and it's likely he'll be on the field when the Jaguars are in the red zone. He may need a little more seasoning than Lee, so that will keep his production down a bit: 30-40 catches seems reasonable.