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He's has put on 8 pounds since he got to UF. He's now at 203.
Seems like a lot.
Best WR on campus right now
the dillmanization process is under way
This post was edited by gatorbait5 17 months ago
He might be 220 by the season, wow
BOOM!!! DRob going to be bad ass wideout for us!
What would an ideal weight for him to be at?
350 pounds. As long as he doesn't lose any of his athleticism.
Any that keeps speed. Kids also a workout warrior like KT
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Demarcus Robinson developed into one of the top prep receiving prospects in the nation at Peach County (Ga.) High.
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound Robinson has a blend of size, speed and instincts that coaches say is hard to find.
Robinson went back and forth between the Gators and Clemson on the recruiting trail before finally deciding to sign with Florida as one of five receivers in this year’s recruiting class. Robinson is the only one of the five already enrolled and will participate in spring football.
Robinson appears to be blending in nicely with his new team.
“I stay in contact with him and the coaches there once or twice a week,” Peach County head coach Chad Campbell told the Macon (Ga.) Telegraph on National Signing Day. “They are just ecstatic to have him, and he’s been doing great his first month there. He seems to be happy, and it’s unfortunate that he’s not here [for the NSD ceremony], but he’s frying bigger fish down there.”
Robinson caught 47 passes for 957 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior at Peach County. He had more than 1,000 yards receiving as a junior.
Here is our Q&A with Robinson:
Q: You got a lot of attention during the recruiting process. What’s it like to finally have that behind you?
A: A lot of relief and a lot of stress off my chest to finally be done with it. I’m excited to be here.
Q: What do you hope to use to your advantage by being an early enrollee?
A: Just to get in the weight room early and get bigger, get physical, and to learn more of the plays. I want to get more acquainted with the coaches and players so I can learn from them.
Q: What do you think is your biggest asset at this stage of your career?
A: Really just being able to get into the weight room and getting physical.
Q: Have you already added some weight since you’ve been here?
A: Oh yeah. I was like 195 when I got here but I’m like 203 now.
Q: When you are doing what you want to do on the field, how would you describe it?
A: Man, I just go out there and have fun and try to complete my assignment on every play. I want to go harder than the person across from me.
Q: Any personal connections to UF?
A: A very close friend, Jacquez Green played here. He went to my high school. We grew up in the same town.
Q: How much of a factor did Jacquez play in you wanting to come here?
A: A very big factor. We used to communicate a lot just to talk about it and see what it’s like down here. It feels like I made the right decision.
Q: What’s something about you that people might not know?
A: I do acrobatic flips.
Q: Have you had time to check out the Gators gymnastics team yet?
A: Yeah, I’ve been to a gymnastics meet against Auburn.
Q: What did you think?
A: They’re good.
Q: What would be the ideal scenario for you heading into your first season?
A: Just to get good with the plays and try to get on the field early and show the people what I can do.
Kid gone look like T.O.
I love Quezzie
If he could be 220 and keep speed he would be the total package
He is the OC at Lincoln right? Or am I thinking about someone else?
per his twitter acct:
Offensive Coordinator & Head Track Coach -Lincoln High.. Gator Great... Sports Encyclopedia... from Peach County aka #ReceiverHigh Wide Receiver Guru!!!!!!
Tallahassee via Fort Valley,GA
They seem to have similar attitudes, both seem to be working very hard. Hoping he can be a big contributor this year.
I've gained 8 pounds since he enrolled, too
"You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."
As if I could have an even bigger man crush (asks Wife for tissue and lotion).
Winningest Program in College Football since 1990!
He forgot to mention that he is one of the nicest guys on Twitter
Ok, he's not that good he's just a freshman, Driskel sucks, we won't throw him the ball, and Muschamp is worse than Lane Kiffin. Sorry, I thought if I acted like Bullis it would go away. It didn't work and I feel dirty.
Are you guessing or have got heard something?
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