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Sep 13, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish wide receiver Corey Robinson (88) celebrates with wide receiver Chris Brown (1) after scoring a touchdown against the Purdue Boilermakers at Lucas Oil Stadium. Notre Dame defeats Purdue 30-14. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

20. Minnesota Vikings- Corey Robinson, WR, Notre Dame

The wide receiver situation for the Minnesota Vikings is interesting to say the least. Any uncertainty comes from the talented but unreliable duo of Cordarrelle Patterson and Mike Wallace. Charles Johnson has shown signs of promise but he’s far from a guaranteed star.

Minnesota’s top priority must be surrounding Teddy Bridgewater with the weapons needed to succeed. Notre Dame’s Corey Robinson has the tools needed to be a dynamic playmaker at the next level.

Robinson’s best attribute is his size which allows him to make plays even when he’s not open. His willingness to use his size to his advantage will help him make a quicker impact in the NFL. Watching him play he reminds me of a young Randy Moss.

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