Texas A&M senior OL Layden Robinson declares for the 2024 NFL Draft

After five years in College Station, Texas A&M senior offensive lineman has declared for the 2024 NFL Draft. Robinson joins senior wide receiver Ainias Smith and senior defensive tackle McKinnley Jackson as the first three Aggies to declare.

On Monday, Robinson, through a post on X, shared the news that his collegiate career has ended, and while his NFL Draft stock will likely be impacted by his performance at the combine, coaches will have plenty of tape to work off of. Like Smith and Jackson, Robinson did have one more year of eligibility remaining, but after five years in the trenches coupled with a head coaching change likely impacted his final decision.

As he noted in his final send-off, Robinson leaves College Station with his “degree in hand,” accomplishing the final goal for every college athlete once their playing career reaches its final stage.

Standing at 6-foot-4, 315 pounds, Robinson has logged more than 30-plus starts at right guard in his five-year career after his 2019 redshirt season and earned several designations, including making the 2021 PFF All-SEC First Team and 2021 AP All-SEC Second Team, and recently named to the 2023 SEC Community Service Team.

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