Former BattleHawks safety, Kenny Robinson was the only draft-eligible player from the 2020 XFL season. Robinson decided to make the jump to the XFL to help boost is NFL draft chances, and the gamble seems to have paid off.
According to Jordan Reid, Robinson has had Facetime meetings with the Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings, Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins.
Former West Virginia and St. Louis Battlehawks safety, Kenny Robinson, the only draft-eligible player from the XFL, has been a very hot name among teams. He’s had FaceTime meetings with the #Cowboys, #Bears, #Vikings, #Jaguars, and #Dolphins among others, per source.
— Jordan Reid (@Jordan_Reid) April 18, 2020
Robinson proved to be a ball hawk during his time in the XFL and at the collegiate level. In five games with the BattleHawks, Robinson had two interceptions in the eight passes thrown his way.
At West Virginia, Robinson nabbed three interceptions — including two for scores — as a freshman. He followed that up with four picks as a sophomore in 2018.
Robinson is projected to be a Day 3 prospect during this years NFL Draft. We’ll keep you posted as more information comes out on where Kenny Robinson may land in the NFL.