Zac Robinson is often overshadowed by other quarterbacks in the Big 12, but he has been just as productive. Even as a redshirt freshman in 2006, Robinson was productive as a backup to Bobby Reid. The following season Robinson won the starting job over Reid and proved to be a very efficient signal caller. He completed 60.4 percent of his passes and threw 23 touchdowns and just nine interceptions. In 2008 he was even more efficient, completing 65.0 percent of his passes and throwing for 25 touchdowns. In 2009, Robinson has been struggling on occasion. His completion percentage is down and he only has 15 touchdown passes and has thrown seven interceptions through ten games. Those numbers will keep him out of the conversation as far as being a top quarterback prospect goes, but at 6-3 and 218 pounds, Robinson has the size and the skills to be a productive quarterback at the next level. As Robinson's stock drops, others' are rising. Players like Jimmy Clausen, Tony Pike and Jake Locker were on the same level with Robinson heading into the 2009 season, but are now likely to be taken ahead of the Oklahoma State signal caller. That leaves Robinson as a mid-level selection (unless he has a great senior week and NFL Combine). 2/15 Update: And thus far Robinson has been doing great during the off-season workouts. He was easily the best quarterback at the Senior Bowl and ended up throwing for 176 yards and a touchdown. Compared to Pike, Tim Tebow and Dan LeFevour, Robinson was brilliant and the only quarterback on the field that played under control and made smart decisions.