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Chop Robinson To Be Featured On NFL Films’ ‘Hey Rookie’

Former Penn State football defensive end Chop Robinson will be featured on “Hey Rookie: Welcome To The NFL,” a show produced by NFL Films that features four players going through the NFL Draft process.

Along with Robinson will be LSU’s Malik Nabers, UCLA’s Laiatu Latu, and Alabama’s Terrion Arnold. The show will premiere on Monday, April 8, and will be televised on ESPN2.

Past Penn State players that have been featured on the show include Joey Porter Jr., Micah Parsons, and Jahan Dotson.

Robinson will enter the draft after spending two years with the Nittany Lions after transferring from Maryland. This past season as a junior, Robinson totaled 15 tackles, four sacks, and two forced fumbles. The defensive end is expected to be a first-round pick in many mock drafts after impressive performances at the NFL Combine and Penn State’s Pro Day.

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