Why be excited: A relative unknown when he committed to Clemson at the Tigers' All In Barbeque last summer, Robinson was a workhorse lineman at North Brunswick, where he starred on both sides of the ball. “He was our best offensive lineman and our best defensive lineman,” said high school coach Garry Bishop. “He's got great feet, and will be able to play wherever (Clemson) needs him to play. On college, playing just one side of the ball he'll be far more effective. He's just now coming into his strength.”
You may not know: After earning an invitation to the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, Robinson was widely praised as being one of the most consistent and effective performers at the all-star game.
How he fits into the depth chart: He'll likely have the option of redshirting, as did freshman defensive lineman Scott Pagano last year, and then working his way into the playing mix on a rebuilt interior defensive line in 2015.
High School: North Brunswick High, Leland (N.C.)
Coach: Garry Bishop
Recruited By: Dan Brooks
Date committed: July 20, 2013 Other Offers: East Carolina, Charlotte
Junior – 72 tackles, 20 TFL, 12 sacks