http://www.landgrantholyland.com/201...k-bradley-robyRoby excels in press-man coverage, where he can use his supreme athleticism and physicality. In 2013, Roby was not used correctly at Ohio State. They played far too much zone (which he struggled in) and they did not tailor their coverage to Roby's strengths. He has very good feet and hip flexibility that allows him to change direction on a dime to get correct body position. Roby does a good job at mirroring receivers and when in man coverage he breaks on the ball very well. He has good ball skills and makes all the plays he should. He uses his official 4.39 40-yard dash speed to stay with receivers and he is usually the fastest player on the field, chasing down ball carriers. He has good height as he stands at 5'11 and has a good vertical jump at 38.5 inches but he does tend to lose jump balls to bigger receivers.
http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-an...8-01de2676eed8"There's no question. We thought he was a top-15 talent," Elway said. "If he hadn't had the couple issues that he's had, there's no way he would've been there for us at 31."
Elway expects the locker room to help keep Roby on the straight and narrow.
"We realize that he’s a young guy that has made some mistakes. Obviously, we expect those things not to happen when he comes here," Elway said. "We believe that we’ve got a tremendous locker room, so I think he will get a lot of guidance there in the locker room."
"He was the top guy on our board," Elway said. "When we talked about immediate help and a talented guy like that, he's the guy that would have the biggest impact on us."