Worried about the future of Alabama’s offensive line? Say no more.
Today the nation’s top OL and #3 overall prospect according to ESPN.com has chosen to play his college career under Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide…a career that should be over and on to bigger and better things in about three years.
The 6-foot-5, 330lb tackle from Monroe, LA committed to the two-time defending national champions over LSU live today on ESPNU.
Robinson becomes the sixth offensive line commitment in Alabama’s class (think Saban has a plan?), which includes ESPN 300 prospects Ross Pierschbacher (Cedar Falls, Iowa/Cedar Falls), Viane Talamaivao (Corona, Calif./Centennial) and J.C. Hassenauer (Woodbury, Minn./East Ridge).
Bama now has 20 commitments for 2014, including 14 within the ESPN 300.
3 thoughts on “Nation’s top lineman says it’s Bama!”
Alouisianabama, baby. Roll Tide.
Look up his statement after committing to Alabama. This kid sounds smart, a future-planner. He sounds like a perfect fit for the culture of Alabama, and I love it when any player for any team ends up where he belongs. Congratulations, Mr. Robinson.
Big Monroe 3 = Bama
Wasn’t there a four star lineman out of Georgia that committed to Saban/Alabama last year that Miles got to flip and actually sign with LSU? Yes there was, Andy Dodd was his name. So I wouldn’t go all Gump and start counting your chickens before they hatch and running your mouth too much until after signing day.
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