A spot on the 80-man training camp roster is certain for Jaguars running back Denard Robinson — teams won’t give up on a draft pick before he’s had a first full offseason program.

But after a hiccup-filled rookie year, will Robinson have a role in Week 1 of the regular season?

An answer will crystallize during the preseason, when Robinson is given ample opportunities to prove he can be an NFL running back and not a guy who is popular among the fans (he runs fast) as well as opponents (doesn’t scare them).

My take: If the Jaguars acquire more offensive talent this offseason, there won’t be a spot for Robinson to contribute. He simply doesn’t do one thing (return game, receiver, running back and wildcat guy) well enough.

The Jaguars’ hope: They’re hoping he has an impact in the running back rotation.

“I’m intrigued to see,” coach Gus Bradley said at last week’s NFL Scouting Combine. “He’s really competitive, and he’s really spirited. I think he went through last year and said, ‘OK, I don’t want to go through that feeling again.’ ”

That feeling was one of frustration. Robinson, 22, played 52 out of 1,056 snaps last year. In 10 games, he played no more than two snaps.

He got a chance to run it at Seattle in Week 3 … and fumbled. He got a chance to throw it at Houston in Week 12 … and Cecil Shorts dropped it. And Robinson got a chance to score against Buffalo in Week 15 … and fumbled at the goal line.

Robinson’s name came up when Bradley mentioned him as being a player the Jaguars are interested in seeing more from this year. My stance, as told to Bradley, was that the Jaguars already have a “gimmick guy” who lines up at different parts of the formation — Ace Sanders.

“I don’t think [Robinson] is a gimmick guy,” Bradley countered. “He can maybe run outside zone and get to the point where he runs north. But how can you tell off 10 runs?”