With the addition of Eagles Landing Christian Academy (McDonough, GA) wide receiver Justin Robinson, Georgia continues to recruit the long, agile wideouts that Kirby Smart prefers. Robinson stands 6-4 and weighs in at 206, according to his Hudl profile. The 2020 recruit is a four-star prospect on both Rivals and 247.
From 247’s Kip Adams:
As a junior, Robinson had 34 catches, 748 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2018. Defensively, he also grabbed four interceptions. Georgia is looking to bring in 2-3 wide receivers this cycle and with Tyler Simmons and Lawrence Cager departing after this season and Jeremiah Holloman and Demetris Robertson both eligible to enter the 2020 NFL Draft, the addition of Robinson gives the Bulldogs a good start in fulfilling the positional need at the wideout position.247Sports
Chad Simmons of Rivals:
Robinson is a big-time talent. Really exploded on the scene in 2018. Tore his ACL as a freshman. Missed sophomore year after transferring from Strong Rock to ELCA. The kid is TALENTED. I love his size and he is faster than some give him credit for. He will not put up huge numbers because ELCA wins most games in the first half. He is a very good blocker on the perimeter. He played a very good corner this season too. I love how physical he plays and he is a very good receiver of the ball. His best football is ahead of him too. I really like this take by the Dawgs. I made him a four-star as early as I could after seeing him during the season.UGASports.com
To watch highlights of Robinson’s high school career on Hudl – click HERE.