Position
Wide Receiver
Height
6'2
Weight
196 lbs.
Class
Junior
Hometown
Shreveport, La.
High School
Fair Park HS
  • 1998 Freshman All-SEC (Knoxville News-Sentinel)

CAREER
Played in 43 games with 22 starts … Caught 84 passes for 1,180 yards and six touchdowns … Sat out 2001 season with a herniated disc in neck … Had surgery in 2001 and returned to the field in 2002 … Played on the same high school basketball team as former LSU star and current NBA Memphis Grizzlie Stromile Swift.

REDSHIRT SENIOR SEASON (2002)
Played in all 13 games as the number three receiver … Fifth on the team with seven receptions for 119 yards … His 17.0 yards per catch average ranked third best on the team … Had a season-high three catches for 55 yards in the victory over South Carolina … Had caught a pass in all but one of the 31 games he played in his career entering this season, including 29 straight … Snapped the streak against Virginia Tech, but then caught a pass in each of the next two games.

SENIOR SEASON (2001)
Sat out the season with a herniated disc in his neck.

JUNIOR SEASON (2000)
Played and started in all 12 games for the Tigers … Ranked second on the team with 31 catches for 391 yards and two touchdowns … Averaged 12.6 yards per catch … Caught a career-best 10 passes for 102 yards in win over Mississippi State … Hauled in an 80-yard touchdown pass on the second play from scrimmage in the season opener against Western Carolina … The 80-yard TD reception tied for the third-longest TD pass in school history … Caught five passes for 42 yards in win over Tennessee … Had a 13-yard TD reception in win over Kentucky … Caught three passes for 42 yards in victory against Alabama … Hauled in four passes for 65 yards in win over Georgia Tech in Peach Bowl … Caught at least one pass in all 12 games and for his career he has caught at least one pass in 29 consecutive games.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (1999)
The Tigers’ starting flanker in five games and played in eight contests in 1999 … Finished third on the team in receptions (25), receiving yards (362) and yards per catch (14.5) … Led the team in touchdowns with three … Had a season-best 154 receiving yards on five catches against Arkansas, including two touchdowns … At Georgia, he grabbed four receptions for 67 yards, including a last second pass for a 39-yard touchdown … Caught a season-high six passes for 43 yards against Florida … Starts came vs. Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi State and Houston.

FRESHMAN SEASON (1998)
Played in 11 games and started three as a true freshman … Fourth on team in receptions with 21 for 308 yards, an average of 14.7 yards per catch, with one touchdown … Starts came in final three games (vs. Alabama, at Notre Dame, at Arkansas) as Tigers opened with three receivers … High catch game of four at Ole Miss (36 yards) … High yardage game of 47 vs. Mississippi State (3 catches) … three catches vs. Mississippi State (47 yards) and two each vs. Arkansas State (17 yards), Idaho (36 yards), Georgia (42 yards), at Florida (29 yards), at Notre Dame (34 yards), at Arkansas (8 yards) … Catches at Notre Dame included a 26-yarder from Craig Nall on the game’s final drive … Caught one pass against Kentucky, a 43-yard reception which he had ripped away from a defender, preventing a possible interception … Caught a miraculous touchdown pass with 14 seconds to play in the first half against Georgia; Herb Tyler’s pass went through Larry Foster’s hands, but Robinson gobbled it up just before it hit the turf … One of just three true freshmen to earn a varsity letter in 1998 … Saw action in 271 offensive plays from scrimmage.

HIGH SCHOOL
PrepStar Dream Team member, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100, Shreveport Times All-City selection, member of The Advocate Second Dozen, Purple & Gold’s Great Eight 2nd Team and Tiger Rag Dirty Dozen … An all-district pick in three sports … Posted 30 receptions for 755 yards and eight TDs as a senior, had 41 catches, 860 yards and 11 TDs as a junior … Was the offensive leader of a 5-5 Fair Park team… Excellent vertical jump of 39″ … Also a top basketball recruit … Coached in high school by Husher L. Calhoun.

PERSONAL
Full name is Reginald Scott Robinson … Born on Dec. 4, 1978 in Shreveport, La. … Parents are Alvin and Emma Robinson … Has seven siblings – Donna McCain, Alvin Bee, Terry Bee, Connie Melancon, Brian Smalley, Elvin Robinson, Brady Robinson … Majoring in education.

Reggie Robinson’s Career Receiving Totals

Year Class G-GS Rec. Yds. TD Lg
1998 Fr. 11-3 21 308 1 43
1999 So. 8-5 25 362 3 67
2000 Jr. 11-11 31 391 2 80
2002 Sr. 13-3 7 119 0 24
TOTALS 43-22 84 1,180 6 80
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