He sure does, thanks to that 40-inch vertical leap on his 6-10, 235-pound frame. And he did it to the tune of 26 block shots (a Pearland Classic record) to go along with his 15 rebounds in a game during the classic this past weekend (April 23-25).
And while D-I coaches weren't able to attend the classic due to NCAA rules, the word is definitely getting out about this gifted athlete.
"As the season has gone on, he has gotten better and better and has become one of the best big men in the southeast and even the nation," said Carter.
Already receiving attention from the likes of Marquette, UAB, Middle Tennessee State, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Southern Miss, Robertson, according to Carter, has started, "receiving inquiries from Providence, North Carolina State, Duke and other colleges."
And don't be surprised to see more colleges jump in the fray for this very talented youngster as he continues his play in the AAU circuit.
Oh yeah, not only is he an exceptional athlete but he's doing a slam dunk in the classroom as well with an A average and a 19 on his ACT. Not bad for a kid who is just now completing his junior year of high school.
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