Texas running back Bijan Robinson is about to set the college football world on fire. His sophomore campaign was a great one. The 19 year old had 195 carries with 1,127 yards and 11 touchdowns. He averaged 5.8 yards per carry. Bijan Robinson also caught the ball 26 times for 295 yards. He scored four times and averaged 11.3 yards per catch. He is the engine of the Texas offense and will be a leading candidate for the Doak Walker Award, the nations best college football running back.
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Robinson got somewhat overshadowed down the stretch due to other running backs like Breece Hall and Kenneth Walker III. However, he will be getting a lot of attention going into his junior year. In large part this is because he will be eligible for the draft. If he makes a splash, he may jump to the NFL a year early. Robinson seems destined to be a high draft pick and a number one back at the next level. With the Texas starting quarterback up in the air, his presence will be very important – especially early on in the season. His power, speed, and explosiveness make him a special player that everybody wants on their roster.
There is a chance that he could receive some attention from the Heisman Trophy voters as well as being in the Doak Walker Award conversation. Ricky Williams accomplished that feat and Robinson has a chance to join an elite club. He’s become a superstar already and the best is yet to come for the young man from Tucson, Arizona.
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