The Orange Bowl will be Josh Robinson’s final game at Mississippi State, the running back told The Clarion-Ledger on Wednesday.Robinson posted a photo on social media that called him a “2015 NFL Draft Candidate.” The caption below the photo read: “Die with memories not dreams. Last game as a bulldog.”Josh Robinson calls Orange Bowl his last game as a Bulldog. pic.twitter.com/ag3PDkxD94— Michael Bonner (@MikeBBonner) December 31, 2014Those close to Robinson were not aware of the running back declaring for the draft. Mike Dodd, who coached Robinson, said the MSU junior had been leaning toward declaring for the NFL Draft.Robinson was the first Bulldog to request a draft grade from the NFL and wanted it to be known.“You let everybody know, I was the first one,” Robinson said.When asked about the NFL Draft on Sunday, Robinson declined comment.The running back tweeted about change and the Orange Bowl on Tuesday.CHANGE will always happen I promise.— Josh Robinson (@Bowling34ball) December 31, 2014 Tomorrow is a big day for me.— Josh Robinson (@Bowling34ball) December 31, 2014CBS Sports lists Robinson as the 16th best running back in the 2016 Draft. It doesn’t rank the running back in the 2015 draft.Robinson burst onto the scene this year. He averaged 6.4 yards per carry and gained 1,128 yards on 177 carries. Robinson’s work load decreased down the stretch. He received 37 carries in the final four games.Despite the limited rushes, he finished third in the SEC in rushing. The accolades earned him a spot as AP second-team All-SEC.Many focused on the futures of juniors Dak Prescott and Benardrick McKinney, who also requested draft grades. Both said they would make a decision regarding the NFL after the Orange Bowl.Robinson, like he did in requesting draft grades, beat them to the punch.