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Finally, we come to one of the most exciting and dynamic players in all of college football: Michigan's Denard Robinson.
Robinson's career in Ann Arbor is a collection of highlight reel-worthy plays, games and seasons.
He holds numerous single-game and single-season records, as well as eight of the top 10 (including all top six) spots on Michigan's all-time single-game total offense leaderboard. He also holds the two top spots on the all-time single-season total offense list in Ann Arbor.
Considering Michigan's 133 years of football history, that's pretty amazing.
And just in case that's not enough, he's the current holder of the Big Ten's all-time record for rushing yards by a quarterback in a single game (258 against Notre Dame in 2010, where he had 502 yards of total offense).
To say “Shoelace” is electrifying is an understatement.
Unfortunately, when it comes to his pure quarterbacking skills, there are a few glaring holes.
Robinson has frequently been criticized for his lack of passing ability, and his wayward throws over the years have likely kept him from being seriously considered for the Heisman Trophy.
In 2011, Robinson threw for 20 touchdowns but also threw 15 interceptions. He also completed just 55 percent of his passes on the year—a step back from his 62.5 percent completion rate in 2010.
While Robinson's speed makes him dangerous on every play, he just doesn't possess the complete package of skills for a stellar NFL career as a quarterback.