Brian Robinson Jr. Scouting Report & Fantasy Football Outlook
The Washington Commanders added some size to their backfield, selecting Brian Robinson Jr. late in the third round with the No. 98 pick.
Brian Robinson Jr. NFL Draft Outlook
While Robinson is one of the larger backs in this draft class, he runs light and can still shed enemy defenders. Robinson also brings above-average vision and contact balance to the table.
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While the Commanders already have Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic on the roster, who are both do-it-all rushers, Robinson’s best asset is winning in short-yardage situations.
Brian Robinson Jr. Fantasy Football RB Tips
The Commanders’ backfield is suddenly more crowded than it already was. While Robinson will not carry immediate fantasy football value, he could potentially take a bit more from Gibson, especially if the incoming rookie emerges as a goal-line specialist.
Robinson is an early third round pick in Dynasty rookie drafts. His landing spot does not work in his favor in either format.
Brian Robinson Jr. Scouting Report
- Patient feet
- Good vision and contact balance
- Strong and powerful frame
- Already a 23-year-old
- Average athleticism
- Not the best in pass-protection