6-foot-3 / 300 pounds
McMinnville (TN) / Warren County
During his fourth year on the roster, Robinson appeared in all 13 games for Duke with one start against Tulane. He played a total of 376 snaps for the Blue Devils and factored into a rotation that allowed the fewest tackles per loss per game in the league.
As one of the elder statesmen along the line, Robinson entered 2015 projected as the starter at right guard. However, as camp has progressed, Robinson has been bumped back down to the second string behind new starter Tanner Stone.
Robinson will provide depth along the line and a great option if either of the starting guards suffers injury. We’d expect him to log around 350 snaps during his final season in Durham, while helping the Blue Devils establish control of the line of scrimmage.
How he ended up in Durham
Robinson turned down offers from schools such as Kentucky, Memphis, Syracuse, Middle Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky, Tulane, and several others. Some remain in contact after Robinson's senior season which saw him earn all-Region honors, Regional Defensive MVP, Team MVP, Offensive Line, and All-Academic team honors.
High School Highlights
Four-year letterman at Warren County under coach Tommy Johnson ...as a senior, posted 96 tackles with eight sacks and earned District 6AAA Defensive MVP honors ... All-Dixie Region choice by SuperPrep ... first team all-state (6A) pick by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association in 2010 ... named to The Tennessean’s 2010 Dream Team ... selected for the annual Toyota Tennessee East vs. West All-Star Classic on December 11, 2010 in Jefferson City, Tenn. ... [info from this last section gathered from GoDuke.com]