The Jacksonville Jaguars selected Cam Robinson with the 34th overall selection in the 2017 NFL draft.
Robinson started 44 games in a row at Alabama and can play either left or right tackle. With the questions hanging over newly acquired Branden Albert and his contract status Robinson could end up being the most important man on the O-Line.
Robinson joins fellow draft pick Leonard Fournette in trying to build an explosive offense behind Blake Bortles, Allen Robinson, and Allen Hurns. There’s reason to believe Robinson can make an impact. Crimson Tide rushers averaged 7.1 yards per run when running to Cam Robinson’s side, 2 more yards than they gained running in any other direction, in 2016.
The Jaguars could use some production like that. Their running game has averaged just 92.1 yards per game, the fewest in the NFL, the last five years. Not only that but their 57 touchdowns since 2010 are the fewest in the league.
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