The 5'11, 170-pound right-hander hit .286/.356/.348 in three years at Mississippi, including .270/.326/.352 as a junior in 2016.
Robinson's strength is his defense, as a scout told Daniel Paulling of the Clarion-Ledger:
"The ability to play shortstop is very valuable, especially this year," the scout said. "There’s not a ton of guys on people’s boards that are shortstops.
"He probably profiles more as a utility infielder at the major league level, but if you can play shortstop and play it average, you can make a living doing that. You’re definitely buying into the defense with the ability to play shortstop if you draft him earlier."
Hey @Dodgers! Let's play some ball!— Errol Robinson (@errol_robinson6) June 10, 2016