Robinson tore his Achilles late last season but is participating in camp and looks pretty good. He’s an afterthought in drafts at this point as the fantasy community expects Travis Etienne to break out. The only issue–and it’s a big one–is there have been multiple reports the Jaguars still view Robinson as their RB1. This was confirmed by the team’s first official depth chart. This will probably be a 1A/1B situation where both players see plenty of touches, but in that case, Robinson is being massively undervalued. In the 23 games where he’s seen at least 10 carries, he has averaged 19.7 touches for 98 yards and 0.78 touchdowns. Those are solid fantasy RB1 numbers. While Robinson is unlikely to see that sort of workload sharing a backfield with Etienne, 15 or so touches is well within reach, as are fantasy RB2 numbers.