Jammie Robinson turned in an impressive two-year stretch of performances for Florida State after transferring from South Carolina. After a week at the Reese’s Senior Bowl, he’s also left a strong impression on Jim Nagy.

In a recent interview with Kelly Gramlich and Eric Maclain, the Executive Director of the Senior Bowl had a number of positive things to say about Robinson’s performance and approach to football in Mobile. Nagy particularly highlighted Robinson’s energy and competitiveness while saying he would want Robinson as a player on his NFL team.

“Jammie Robinson’s just a baller. I mean that’s kind of simple and might sound hokey or whatever, but the guy is just a football player,” said Nagy. “He’s urgent, he pulls the trigger, he sees it, he goes, he plays bigger than his size measurables… he’s that guy.

“It was cool being around Jammie during the week. Hyper competitive, wanted to be the first one out of the tunnel on game day. He was right in the middle to run out, he couldn’t get enough of it… Jammie’s a guy I would definitely want to draft if I was a general manager. I would want that dude on my football team. He’s nickel-ish, he’s free safety-ish but he’s going to be starting for you somewhere.”

Robinson led the Seminoles with 99 tackles from his defensive back position during the 2022 season. In two years at Florida State, Robinson posted 183 total tackles, 12 TFL, a sack, 5 interceptions and 8 pass breakups.

We’ll see where he lands to begin his NFL career, but it sounds like Robinson’s stock is on the rise.