Skip to comments.Little Admiral: Robinson growing into football star, Renaissance man
Posted on 08/30/2012 4:38:10 PM PDT by shadeaud
The emerging portrait of 16-year-old Corey Robinson -- athlete, musician, scholar -- combines the light and shadow of two eras. He is a mass of Renaissance brush strokes on a canvas of 21st Century color.
The middle son of Hall of Fame basketball center David Robinson, Corey excels as a wide receiver at San Antonio Christian (Texas) High, ranks among the top 10 students in his junior class and possesses an astonishing range of abilities and interests.
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With his sure hands, athletic genes and body type -- 6-foot-5, 190 pounds and still growing -- Corey recognizes the possibilities. He also recognizes the dicey, uncertain path to the NFL. After a recent basketball practice, Corey took a seat on the gym bleachers and mused about his future. "I'd like to become a doctor or a biologist, of some sort," he said. "Or maybe work in the film industry."
Basketball does not fit into the picture. Hoops is a diversion, something to do between the fall and spring. "Football," he says, "is my best sport."
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The Steelers could use him at WR...with Wallace being a jagoff right now.
Good for the kid. David Robinson always seemed a class act to me. Hopefully Corey stays humble and hard working.
I thought Corey Robinson was the QB at Troy.
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