10. Deion Robinson
6'0" 170 Running Back/Safety
2013 Offensive Stats: 1,130 Rushing Yards. 17 Touchdowns. 26 Catches. 308 Receiving Yards. 1 Touchdown
2013 Defensive Stats: 31 solo tackles. 1.5 sacks.
The Scoop - Blairsville is everyone's favorite for the Heritage Conference this season. The Bobcats seem to have it all, the experience, the veteran senior quarterback in Scott Thompson, and the play-making running back. Yes, the running back. Deion Robinson enters the 2014 season as the man in the Heritage Conference, and he is ready to show all of District Six what he can do. Robinson had a very productive junior season that saw eclipse the 1,000 yard mark rushing the ball. Not only does he get it going on the ground, he proved to be one of the better receiving running backs in the area as he hauled in 26 catches. Running backs that can do both are very valuable, and I think it is going to set Robinson up for a big year in 2014. The Bobcat senior also showed he is a big part of their defense as he was second on the team in tackles. Blairsville has the bulls eye painted on their back by just about everyone this season, and I think they have what it takes to back it up, and Robinson is a very big part of that.