Zac Robinson is one of the top players in the state of Colorado for next year. He carries the "athlete" tag which means he can do it all. He was a star wideout for Chatfield last year, but now he will be lining up behind Center this fall. Zac is planning on visiting the CU camp this summer, among others, and he tells us his early top five list."> Zac Robinson is one of the top players in the state of Colorado for next year. He carries the "athlete" tag which means he can do it all. He was a star wideout for Chatfield last year, but now he will be lining up behind Center this fall. Zac is planning on visiting the CU camp this summer, among others, and he tells us his early top five list.">

Colorado Athlete Can Do It All

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1159446">Zac Robinson</a> is one of the top players in the state of Colorado for next year. He carries the "athlete" tag which means he can do it all. He was a star wideout for Chatfield last year, but now he will be lining up behind Center this fall. Zac is planning on visiting the CU camp this summer, among others, and he tells us his early top five list.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 180
40 time: 4.5
Bench: 205
Squat: 305
Vertical:'32
From: Littleton, Colorado
High School: Chatfield

"My top five early schools would be Oklahoma, Colorado, Arizona, Oklahoma State, and Texas A&M," said Robinson. "The early favorite would be Oklahoma. I have been a fan of them my whole life."

Zac plans on attending summer camps at Oklahoma(third straight year), Colorado, and Arizona. He is also going to try to make the San Diego State Nike Camp.

He is a player that can get it done almost anywhere on the field. At receiver last year he had 39 catches for 860 yards and 11 touchdowns. At quarterback he was 8-12 passing for 62 yards and one touchdown. At running back he had 24 rushes for 220 yards and three touchdowns. At kickoff returner he had two touchdowns. On defense from the free safety position he had 32 tackles and one interception. These numbers earned him second team all-state as a junior at receiver. He was also first team all-conference at receiver and as a kick returner.

Even though he tore it up at wideout last year, he will be switching back to his position of preference for the fall - quarterback.

"I am looking forward to playing quarterback again after not playing it for a couple of years. I would like to go on to college as a quarterback, but I am willing to play any position."

Zac lists his qualities on the field as his leadership, speed, and his awareness in the open field.

When asked what he likes about the home-state Buffs Zac responded,"I like their campus. I like that they are close to home and I think they have great coaches and great fans."

When speaking with Zac's head coach, Bill Pospisil, he said of Robinson,"Zac is a big-time player who has all the tools. He is just a great all-around player."

Coach Pospisil said that Colorado, Colorado State, Wyoming, and Idaho are the schools showing his pupil early interest.

Zac carries a 3.1 GPA and he is thinking about majoring in Business.

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