Mario Robinson, a 6-3, 300 pound
defensive tackle with 5.1 speed out of
During his junior campaign, he compiled over 70 tackles with eight sacks during the eight game season, which was shortened due to hurricane Katrina.
The things Robinson feels make him a player college coaches have taken notice of include his positive attitude, work ethic, and his footwork. He said that he feels his ability to move is one of his strongest points, and that he could perform equally at tackle or end.
Though no offers have come his way
yet, Robinson was the recipient of visits from several schools during the spring
training period, including
Robinson said that he likes the
Robinson said that he was unable to make it to the LSU junior day in March, but that he did have the opportunity to visit the campus for a camp last year and was impressed with what he saw.
"LSU has a beautiful campus," he said. "We also saw some of their football facilities and they were nice. I liked it."
He was also vocal about the reputation the Bayou Bengals have developed as far as producing quality defensive lineman.
Academically, he claims a 2.8 GPA and a 17 on the ACT, which he plans on taking again in the fall.