|Hometown:||San Diego, Calif.|
|High School:||Lincoln HS|
2015 — After earning a starting role in the Oregon secondary, recorded one solo tackle in the season opener against Eastern Washington ... Totaled four tackles and had a pass breakup at Michigan State ... Had a career game against Georgia State, hauling in a pair of interceptions and returning one 42 yards for a touchdown ... Tallied five solo tackles in win at Colorado.
2014 — A key part of the Oregon secondary as the reserve strong safety also made a name for himself on special teams covering kicks . . . Played in all 15 games and earned a starting role at Utah . . . Ranked 12th on the team in tackles with 36 (10 solo) . . . Twelve of his takedowns occurred while covering kickoffs, tying him for third on the team in that category . . . Best efforts came early in the year as he recorded a career-high five tackles against both Michigan State and Wyoming . . . Added four tackles in winning efforts against UCLA and Florida State . . . Recovered a fumble against Arizona in the Pac-12 Championship game . . . Recording tackles in 14 of 15 games, he logged 50 or more snaps in six of his first eight appearances . . . Included was a career-high 59 plays vs. California . . . Enjoyed a solid showing during spring drills in an effort to claim a vacant starting safety role in the fall, claiming three tackles in the 2015 Spring Game.
2013 — His development the latter half of the fall may have caused coaches to rethink his redshirt status but his play in the spring indicated he could become a bigger factor his second time around . . . Contributed to scout teams last fall and credited with four tackles, an interception and one pass break-up in the 2014 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — Earned a four-star rating from Rivals.com and ESPN.com, and ranked as the No. 6 athlete in the country by 247sports.com . . . Also labeled among the nation’s elite offensive prospects by Scout.com, which tabbed him 17th among wide receivers . . . The two-way standout accumulated 60 tackles (40 unassisted) and four interceptions his senior year, along with 10 pass deflections . . . Also caught 17 passes for 319 yards (18.8 avg.) and tallied 10 touchdowns . . . Was selected to play in the 2013 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, but opted to miss the game to allow a foot ailment to heal . . . Named to the Cal-Hi all-state first team as a multi-purpose player (QB/WR/DB) . . . Earned San Diego sectional offensive player-of-the-year acclaim at the conclusion of 2012, along with all-league first-team offensive honors . . . The Hornets finished the year with a 10-3 ledger under head coach David Dunn while averaging 30.3 points per game . . . Benefitted from 12 receptions for 160 yards and one touchdown while adding nine total tackles as a junior . . . Selected to the San Diego all-section second-team on offense in 2011 … Also played basketball for the Hornets, averaging 21.3 points and 5.8 rebounds per game as a junior . . . Named to the 2012 Cal-Hi Sports All-State Grid-Hoop Team for basketball.
PERSONAL — Major: Sociology.
ROBINSON'S CAREER BESTSPoints scored: 6, Georgia State, 9/19/15
Touchdowns: 1, Georgia State, 9/19/15
All-purpose yards: 42, Georgia State, 9/19/15
Interceptions: 2, Georgia State, 09/19/15
Interception return yards: 42, Georgia State, 09/19/15
Long interception return: 41, Georgia State, 09/19/15
Interception return TD: 1, Georgia State, 09/19/15
Tackles: 11, at Washington, 10/17/15 (6-5)
Sacks: 1.0, California, 11/07/15 (1-0)
Tackles for loss: 1.0, Wyoming, 09/13/14 (1-0), California, 11/07/15
Fumbles recovered: 1, vs Arizona, 12/05/14, Washington State, 10/10/15
Pass breakups: 2, California, 11/07/15