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Robinson Looks to Learn from Freshman Year

Robinson Looks to Learn from Freshman Year

No matter how many accolades you've received in high school, your freshman year in college can be a humbling experience. Gerell Robinson, who was arguably the most touted player in the 2008 recruiting class, is living proof of that notion. Even though the wide receiver's first season didn't go as expected, he knows that experience can serve him well for the rest of his ASU career.

In an interview last spring, Gerell Robinson indicated that if he could have gone "under the radar as a two-star recruit" he would. Nonetheless, he didn't want to be inconspicuous once he begun to see the field for Arizona State. The sophomore collected just 26 yards on three receptions in his first year as a Sun Devil. "I feel like for me it was addition by subtraction," Robinson said of his... Recommended Stories

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