By: Brandon Gubitosa
The 6-foot 190-pound corner out of Tarleton State shined on the field as a corner and elite returner for the Texans this season. If you have an open spot on your roster, this man deserves a chance. The All-American Corner 40-yard dash time this season was 4.48 seconds, which is identical to 2020 1st-round draft selections Jeff Odukah, Jeff Gladney and Noah Igbinoghene.
The freakish athlete attended Trinity Valley Community College his first two-seasons, lining up as a receiver his first season and then switching to corner for his sophmore campaign.
Prince Robinson Highlights
Robinson led all Division II defenders with three interceptions returned for touchdowns in 2019, earning the nickname “Pick Six Prince.” The Lone Star Conference Defensive Back of the Year shined during his time with Tarleton State. The speedster finished his All-American 2-year career with 118 tackles, 9 interceptions, 37 passes defended and 3 forced fumbles.
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