Allen Robinson enjoyed a magnificent break-out season in 2015 -- a performance not lost on his NFL peers.
Robinson was unveiled at the 31st spot in the NFL's annual Top-100 Wednesday night. Robinson joins teammates Allen Hurns, Telvin Smith, Blake Bortles, and Chris Ivory on the list -- the first Top-100 appearance for all five Jaguars.
The Pro Bowl wide receiver played in all 16 games in 2015. Robinson caught 80 passes for 1400 yards -- the second most productive season in franchise history. Robinson also caught 14 touchdowns, earning a reputation as one of the NFL's most consistent red zone threats.
In one season, Robinson was able to solidify himself as a top-tier NFL pass catcher. At just 22 years old, Robinson holds as much potential as he does talent. There's still room for Robinson to grow his game -- a reality that has an entire fanbase eager for the future.
The Jaguars will enter the 2016 season with five Top 100 players. Perhaps an offseason list isn't the recognition that the team is after, but it is recognition nonetheless.
The future is bright.