WYANDOTTE — Cameron Robinson, a senior-to-be at Wyandotte High School, participated in the Blue-Gray All-American Super Combine Sunday, June 3 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Robinson (6-1, 175) is an offensive guard and defensive tackle for the Bears.
Robinson’s selection was based on a previous regional combine.
He had 20 solo and 56 assisted tackles, resulting in opponent losses totaling 16 yards for WHS in 2017.
He had a season high 17 against Chelsea on Oct. 27.
Robinson also had five sacks for minus-5 yards and 11 hurries.
He had three pass deflections and blocked a field goal against Commerce.
A media dinner for prospects, parents, staff and media was held Saturday, June 2, at the DFW Marriott South.
Players were given a chance to meet All-American Bowl coaches.
Candidate interviews, led up to the combine Sunday morning, at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys.
Prospects and parents were given a stadium tour following the combine.
Additional Super Combines are scheduled in Daytona Beach, Florida (June 9-10), at the Washington Redskins Training Facility (June 23-24), the Philadelphia Eagles Indoor Training Center (June 30-July 1), and Foothills Sports Arena in Denver, Colorado (July 7-8), which is home of the Blue-Gray national training center.
More than 630 prospects attended 2017 Super Combines and more than 385 ended up signing a college football scholarship after their senior season.
The Super Combines also serve as a pool to select rosters for four Blue-Gray All American Bowls.
Two will be at AT&T Stadium, one at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Buccaneers, and another at a site to be announced.
Super Combine prospects will make up 75 percent of each team.
Robinson’s sponsor was Eric Lofland of Tri-State Insurance.