2008 (Junior):At Florida State: Entered the 2007 season as a back-up corner and when all was said and done, Robinson had taken over starting duties on the boundary and became the most decorated member of the Seminole secondary...named the defense's most improved player at the 2007 Football Awards Dinner, Robinson led the team with six interceptions...displayed All-American potential when he tied a school record for consecutive games with an interception (five)...Blue Ribbon All-ACC preseason team...named a preseason All-ACC second team selection by Phil Steele...one of three Seminoles in the secondary to earn that honor including field corner Tony Carter...Carter and Robinson will form the top corner duo in the conference this year...the pair will be counted on to anchor a Seminole defense looking to return to its rightful place among the top defenses in the nation...not just a great cover man but an excellent tackler and physical corner...named the defense's "King Of 3-on-3" following spring practice...ran a 4.25 40-yard dash this spring.
Sophomore Year (2007): Earned All-ACC Honorable Mention honors from the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association...named All-ACC second team by Rivals and All-ACC third team by Phil Steele...Miami Herald All-Florida team...played in 12 games while starting five at the right (boundary) cornerback position...earned a team and career-high six interceptions including one each in five consecutive games to tie the school record for consecutive games with at least one interception...his interceptions came in consecutive games against NC State, Wake Forest, Miami, Duke and Boston College...he also added an interception in the Seminoles' victory over Maryland...ranked third in the ACC and tied for 12th nationally with 0.5 interceptions per game...finished only two interceptions short of tying for the national lead...helped the Seminoles' defense rank tied for 23rd with 17 total interceptions...tied for the lead in ACC games only with his six interceptions...earned his single-season career-high of 28 tackles with his single-game career-high of four tackles coming against Clemson and Maryland...led Florida State with six pass break-ups including two in the Seminoles' victory at Colorado...earned multiple tackles in eight of his 12 games played.
Freshman Year (2006): Played in 12 of Florida State's 13 games as a back-up to Tony Carter at the field corner position...11 tackles, one tackle for minus yardage and one blocked kick...blocked a PAT against Clemson that was returned for a defensive score by Tony Carter...marked the first time in school history that a blocked PAT had been returned for a score...he then returned a blocked PAT in the Seminoles' victory over Duke...his return of a blocked PAT came in the second quarter of Florida State's victory over the Blue Devils...scooped up a blocked point after touchdown by Lawrence Timmons and returned it the length of the field for a two-point defensive PAT to put the Seminoles up 23-6...career-high three tackles in the Seminoles' victory over UCLA in the Emerald Bowl...multiple tackles against Rice, Duke and Virginia in extended playing time on special teams...had a tackle for minus yardage against Virginia...returned a team-high three punts against UCLA...returned one punt for 16 yards against NC State in a nationally televised Thursday night game on ESPN.
High School: Graduated from Gulliver Prep in 2006...a four-star player and No. 16 cornerback in the nation according to Rivals.com...listed as the No. 37 overall prospect and No. 5 cornerback in the state on Rivals.com's Postseason Florida Top 100 for 2006...named All-State first team for Class 2A by the Florida Sports Writers Association after his senior season...represented Team Florida in the annual CaliFlorida Bowl and was named to Rivals.com's Florida Hot 11 list after his performance in the event's practices and game...an all-region selection by PrepStar magazine prior to his senior season after recording 32 catches for 491 yards and six touchdowns on offense and intercepting eight passes on defense as a junior...11 interceptions on defense and 10 touchdowns on offense as a senior...clocked at 4.45 in the 40-yard dash Nike Camp at the University of Miami during the spring of 2006...attended Gulliver Prep with current Seminole teammates Evan Bellamy and Anthony Leon...finished third in the state track and field championships in the 100 and 200 meter sprints during his senior season...also attended South Miami High School as a prep star...chose Florida State over Florida, Minnesota and Tennessee.
Personal: Born Sept. 7, 1987...major is social science.
Robinson displays good initial balance and body control in his drop, but he lacks ideal fluidity when asked to redirect, and his footwork consistently gets overextended when he tries to change directions out of his breaks. He has a tendency to stop moving his feet in off-coverage and sits on routes that are in front of him. Robinson lacks the type of footwork to quickly flip his hips and make up for a false step. He's at his best when asked to be physical and bump off the line. He does a nice job extending his arms and rerouting receivers in the pass game. Robinson exhibits a good natural burst and explosion on all levels of the field and does a nice job closing on the ball with a trail technique. He possesses ideal size/speed numbers but will struggle when asked to play in space and rely on his footwork and technique.