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17 Scott Robinson
Scott  Robinson


Neshanic Station, N.J.

High School:
Hillsborough H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 173


WORTH NOTING:Competing for time at wide receiver this season ... had a productive spring minicamp ... also runs track at UVa ? placed eighth at the 2003 Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships in the 60-meter hurdles.

AT VIRGINIA: 2002?Was in uniform for the Colorado State, South Carolina, Akron, Clemson, North Carolina, N.C. State, Maryland and West Virginia games, but did not make any appearances. 2001?Red-shirted ... dressed for Richmond contest ... did not see game action.

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at Hillsborough High School ? played receiver and defensive back for head coach Rick Mantz ? earned All-Group 4 All-State honors ? two-time All-Conference, All-County and first-team All-Area Central Jersey selection ... Offensive Player of the Year at Hillsborough as a junior ... earned Bridgewater Courier News Player of the Week honors that season ... team captain ? ranked as the No. 14 player in New Jersey as senior by SuperPrep ? caught 18 passes for 511 yards (28.4 avg.) ... had four touchdown receptions ... also registered 23 tackles ? had 26 receptions for 704 yards and scored 12 touchdowns as a junior ? had 11 tackles and three interceptions at cornerback that season ... earned four letters in track ? school record holder in the 110 hurdles in outdoor track ? twice named a first-team All-Skyland Conference selection ... finished second at the state meet.

PERSONAL: Scott David Robinson ? born 1-19-83 in Syracuse, N.Y. ? son of David and Iris Robinson ? has an older sister, Danielle (24) ? his father competed in football and track and field at Cornell ? sports medicine major.


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