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Robertson on the rise at Longview

Robertson on the rise at Longview

Playing on the Longview Lobos football team for a young player can be a tough chore. With a wealth of talent on a yearly basis and a history of playing sophomores on junior varsity many times, excelling as a young player isn't a given. While receiver LaDarrin Robertson hasn't piled up the stats on Friday nights that other 2011 prospects have, the 6-3, 203-pounder has made his mark for the Lobos.

Playing on a running team with two D-I caliber tailbacks, a D-1 caliber QB/Ath and a more experienced D-1 prospect at receiver, LaDarrin Robertson was called up to be a blocker at both receiver and some minimal time at H-back in 2008 as well as cover punts. Robertson excelled as a blocker all season and by playoff time, received more opportunities in the passing game catching six passes for 6...

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