Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU cornerback Rashard Robinson announced Thursday that he has declared himself eligible for the 2015 NFL Draft. He announced the news via Facebook. Per

"After much prayer thought & consideration over the past months and deliberation with my family I have decided to declare for the 2016 NFL Draft," Robinson posted.

"I would like to especially thank my family, coaches, teammates, Tiger nation and all of the many other supporters who have encouraged me throughout my journey. God Bless you all! My veins will always pump Purple & Gold #GeauxTigers #ForeverLSU"
Robinson's career at LSU began in 2013 when he played in 12 games with two starts as a true freshman. He started in six games in 2014 but was suspended prior to the Alabama game that season and never returned the field for the Tigers.
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bballca10101 months
Good luck!! You will prove a lot of people wrong!! Happy for you!!
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atltiger6487101 months
clearly written by his agent.
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Emiliooo101 months
Damn, I was holding onto hope that he would come back. Best of luck to him!
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theBru101 months
Good luck...
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pellietigersaint101 months
where did he play this year and will he be allowed to participate in LSU's pro day?
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AlabamasSalaryCap101 months
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