NAIA All-American Third-Team (2007-08)
NCCAA All-American (2007-08)
NCCAA All-Region First-Team (2007-08)
NCCAA National Player of the Week (2007-08)
CCAC Player of the Year (2007-08)
All-CCAC First-Team (2007-08)
3-Time CCAC Player of the Week (2007-08)
NCCAA All-Region (2006-07)
All-CCAC First-Team (2006-07)
NCCAA All-American (2005-06)
NCCAA All-Region (2005-06)
All-CCAC First-Team (2005-06)
CCAC Freshman of the Year (2005-06)
Collected his 1,000th career point against Indiana-Northwest on November 30, 2007…currently is 8th all-time in Judson history with 1,422 points…named to NAIA All-American third-team…voted CCAC Player of the Year and All-CCAC first-team…earned NCCAA All-American first-team status and was NCCAA All-Region first-team…three-time CCAC Player of the Week…one-time NCCAA National Player of the Week…finished 10th in the NAIA in scoring at 21.1 points per game and led the CCAC in scoring…in CCAC, finished second in three-point field goal percentage (.409), third in steals (.185 spg), fourth in field goal percentage (.558), fifth in assists (3.26 apg), sixth in rebounding (6.2 rpg), and ninth in free throw percentage (.710)…scored 20 or more points in 18 games and had 30 or more points in three games…had career-high 34 points vs. Purdue-North Central on February 2, 2008…in CCAC Tournament Championship game against Cardinal Stritch, came away with 30 points in 97-79 win and was a perfect 11-for-11 from the free throw line…had 20 or more points in seven straight games from November 10 through December 1…helped Judson to first-ever CCAC regular season and tournament championship, first-ever trip to NAIA Division II National Tournament, and school record for consecutive wins (7)…in the Judson career top 10, is fourth in field goal percentage (.545), free throws made (339), and free throws attempted (500), seventh in scoring average (20.6 ppg),eighth in steals (137), and 11th in field goals made (521) and field goals attempted (955)…averaged 21.1 points per game, 6.2 rebounds per game, 3.2 assists per game, and 1.8 steals per game in 27 games played while starting 25.
All-CCAC First-Team…NCCAA All-Region…led team in scoring with 20.8 points per game in only 13 games played…started 10 games and shot 51% from the floor…led team in scoring in seven of 13 games played…recorded career-high 31 points, twice, vs. Cardinal Stritch and Calumet…grabbed career-high 13 rebounds against East-West…had 10 or more points in 11 games and 20 or more points in seven games…put up 30 or more points in four games…shot 70% (12-of-17) vs. East-West for best shooting performance of the season…made 14-of-17 free throws vs. Trinity Christian…recorded one double-double with 30 points and 13 rebounds vs. East-West…stole career-high seven balls vs. Day Spring Bible…made all four free throws vs. Purdue-North Central…shot 100% from three-point range in three games...averaged 5.9 rebounds per game, 1.8 steals per game, and 1.8 assists per game.
NCCAA 2nd Team All-American ... NCCAA 1st Team All-Region ... CCAC 1st Team All-Conference ... CCAC Freshman of the Year…finished 2nd in steals (2.17), 3rd in scoring (20.1), and fifth in assists (2.72) in CCAC ... was only freshman named to CCAC 1st Team ... led team in scoring with 20.1 points per game ... In 17 of 30 games, led team in scoring ... in 14 games led team in rebounding and nine in assists ... scored 27 points in four different games ... grabbed a season-high 12 rebounds vs. Andrews and Principia College ... made all seven shots vs. Trinity Christian from the floor ... recorded career-high seven assists vs. Aurora and had five steals twice ... went 10-13 from charity stripe for career-high vs. Trinity Christian ... started 27 of 29 games ... in first collegiate game, scored 16 points vs. Grace ... went 9-of-10 from the floor vs. Faith Baptist ... shot over 60% from the floor in 11 games ... took a career-high 23 shots vs. North Park ... also led the team in steals (63) and rebounds (6.8 per game) ... was three steals shy of breaking single season top 10 for steals.
Graduated from Millington Central High School in 2003 ... was the second leading scorer in Memphis metro area ... was named Best of the Preps in Memphis ... was recognized on the All-District team ... named team Most Valuable Player as a senior ... also played football.
Parents: Rocky Robinson ... Born: 6/5/85 ... Major: Sport Management ... Hobbies: music production and pool.