Robinson Likes Dynamic Duo

Cody Robinson is the type of player that Syracuse would love to get their hands on in this class to anchor their line. The offensive guard boasts a 430-pound bench press, a 555-pound squat and he comes from a great bloodline with his father having played for the Volunteers. We talked to him on Sunday about his thoughts on coming to the Northeast.

Cody Robinson, a 6-foot-4, 305-pound offensive guard from Warren County Senior High School in McMinnville, Tenn., currently holds a number of scholarship offers and while most of them are within driving distance of his home, he remains very interested in the possibility of learning from what he calls "one of the best coaching combinations in the country" in Coach Doug Marrone and Coach Greg Adkins.

"Coach (Greg) Adkins and Coach (Doug) Marrone are one of the best offensive line combinations in the country as coaches as they both played the position and do a terrific job coaching it, so I definitely have a lot of interest in Syracuse right now," Robinson explained. "I have talked to both of those coaches on the phone several times and have started to build a relationship with Coach Adkins specifically."

"I talk to Coach Adkins a lot and he's told me a lot about Syracuse as a school," Robinson said. "We talk a lot about offensive line too and I love talking offensive line because that's my thing. I know working with those two coaches will make me a much better player and I love talking with Coach Adkins."

Syracuse isn't on television a whole lot in Tennessee, so we asked Robinson what he does know about the Orange program.

"Well, I know they've been pretty successful over the years and had some very good teams," Robinson stated. "When Coach Marrone came in I believe they got the right guys in there to start winning again, so they're starting to get back up there again. I think the new staff and way of thinking is going to be really good for them."

Robinson will be taking an unofficial visit to Syracuse with his parents on June 29th.

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