Robinson is a weapon for Snow on offense

Football coaches are always looking for big targets they can use in the redzone and this fall, Snow TE Drew Robinson (6-6, 245) is set to be huge, literally, in that area for the Badger quarterbacks. caught up with the physicall gifted tight end recently and he updated us on things...

"I'm probably a better receiver than I am a blocker, but I've become a much better blocker over the past year," Robinson told recently. "My technique and my footwork got a lot better and I've gotten a lot stronger. I think I've made myself into an 'every-down' tight end because of my abilities as a receiver and blocker now."

Robinson prepped at North Summit in Coalville, Utah and early on decided to continue his football career at Snow.

"It's a good school and they always produce good players here," Robinson said. "They always have D-1 coaches here recruiting and they get a lot of guys out and moved on to four-year schools so that was a big reason why I wanted to be here."

The talented tight end enrolled in the fall of 2008 and redshirted while adding some bulk to his huge frame.

As a redshirt freshman last fall, Robinson was solid, posting six catches for 79 yards and one touchdowns on a team that went 10-2.

Recruiting has yet to get underway for him, but he says he's hopeful that as teams have come through this spring, that they will see something they like in what he has to offer.

"I'll do whatever a team needs me to do," Robinson said. "Blocking is all about your attitude as you get up to the line and you know in your heart that you are going to beat the man on the other side.

"I'm athletic, I can run well and I catch the ball well and I've improved a lot as a blocker. I think I can be a real asset to any team that wants me and I'm excited to see what happens after spring ball with recruiting."

Robinson will finish up his AA degree in December and he will have two years to play two wherever he ends up.

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