Through two days of Senior Bowl practices, Michigan's Denard Robinson needs to get better at these things as he tries to transition to wide receiver: route running and catching the ball.
Other than that, he's shining, really:
Robinson was able to run some routes both days, and a few routes against defensive backs on Tuesday. Although he flashed decent hands, he dropped at least three balls during the second day of workouts.
The biggest problem area, at this point, appears to be his routes. He's rounding off corners, and not getting out of his breaks explosively.
No worries. NFL teams can have him return punts–
Against live punts, he was just two-of-four. He misjudged the depth of both his misses. He was just 3-of-7 on catchable punts on Monday.
Anything to say, Buckeye fans?