"I've compared (Robinson) to Willie Roaf a little bit," Jeremiah said.
Robinson (6-5, 332) should go earlier in the draft than Roaf -- he seems a lock to go in the top five and could go as high as No. 2, to the St. Louis Rams.
Robinson has played just two seasons of offensive tackle and arrived at Auburn as one of the nation's top high school guards. He is a road-grading run blocker who must improve in pass protection.
"As a run blocker, he's so powerful," Jeremiah told Dameshek.
Robinson's run-blocking ability was on display last season at Auburn, as the run-heavy Tigers made it to the BCS national championship game before falling to Florida State.
Robinson is ranked third on Jeremiah's list of the draft's top 50 prospects. While Jeremiah writes in his rankings that Robinson's run blocking is more advanced than his pass blocking, he also wrote that Robinson "has enough quickness to cover up speed rushers and he can squat to stall power rushers."