Robinson was considered a top-10 defensive end prospect nationally and was a USA Today first-team all-state pick as a senior at Bay High School. As a redshirt freshman, Robinson had four tackles (1.5 for loss) in eight games as a reserve. He began showing promise as a sophomore, starting eight of 12 appearances (27 tackles, three for loss, with one sack). He was a major factor on defense in 2019, leading the Seminoles with nine tackles for loss (three sacks) among his 48 total stops while also forcing two fumbles. Robinson posted seven tackles for loss (second-most on the team) and a team-high three sacks in 2020, making 26 tackles in total in nine starts. He accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl. Robinson's childhood home in Panama City was destroyed by Hurricane Michael in 2018 but was rebuilt on the same spot thanks, in part, to a GoFundMe account set up by Florida State. -- by Chad Reuter
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