Chris Robison (© Greg Powers)

Breaking Down Oklahoma Early Enrollee QB Chris Robison

Scout and take a closer look Oklahoma signee and early enrollee Chris Robison, a top 10 quarterback nationally in the 2017 class.

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Chris Robison, QB, Mesquite (Texas) Horn

Size: 6-2, 192

Recruiting: Robison committed all the way back in late June 2015 to Oklahoma and remained pledged to the Sooners through this past fall. He enrolled in Norman at the semester. Robison shut down his recruitment early, but still garnered offers from programs such as Baylor, Houston, Oklahoma State, TCU, and several others.

Rankings: Scout ranks Robison as the No. 10 quarterback in the nation for the 2017 class. He's the No. 138 overall prospect in the 2017 Scout 300 and the No. 3 quarterback in Texas for this cycle.


HIGH SCHOOL CAREER: In three varsity seasons for Texas Class 6A-level Mesquite Horn, Robison accounted for 8,853 total yards of offense and 99 total touchdowns. Robison threw for 8,048 yards, 95 touchdowns, and 18 interceptions, while rushing for 805 yards and four TD's.

2016: Robison missed a couple of games, but threw for 2,089 yards, 24 touchdowns, and only three interceptions while completing 70.4 percent of his throws. He also ran for 209 yards and one TD.

2015: As a junior, Robison missed a few games, but still threw for 2,101 yards, 27 touchdowns, and only four interceptions while completing 63 percent of his throws. He also ran for 283 yards.

2014: Robison enjoyed a huge sophomore season, throwing for 3,858 yards, 44 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions while completing 60.4 percent of his passes. Robison also ran for 313 yards and three touchdowns.

Senior highlights

Evaluation notes

Robison is a player at the quarterback position who has the "it" factor. He's able to adapt his game to the necessary changes presented. He can make all of the throws and is able to fit the ball in tight spaces, showing good accuracy. He will pick defenses apart with his ability to throw, but if needed he will pull the ball down and run to escape pressure or convert a key first down. Faced top competition in practices and each week in games. -  Greg Powers

  • Accuracy
  • Consistency
  • Decision-making
  • Poise/leadership

Areas to Improve
  • Arm strength

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