Former Florida wideout Demarcus Robinson could be heading to the West Coast come draft weekend. Robinson reportedly has met with the Oakland Raiders, according to First Coast News’ Mike Kaye.
Robinson led the Gators with 48 catches in 2015, totaling 522 yards and two touchdowns during his junior season in Gainesville, Fla. His production was bogged down by Florida’s tumultuous quarterback situation, as he caught only three passes in his final four games combined. He missed the Florida State game in November because of a suspension.
The 6-foot-1, 203-pound receiver is rated as the No. 26 wideout in his class and is projected to be taken in the fifth or sixth round, according to CBSSports.com.