Washington: Inspirational player who should rejoin the Husky receiving corps in the fall after a series of injuries ... etched his name into the Husky history books with his game winning catch against Stanford in 2000 ... missed the majority of spring drills in 2003 due to a knee injury ... one of only three returning veteran receivers who have caught a pass in a game. 2002: Sat out the 2002 season due to a serious knee injury he suffered in bowl preparation for UW's 2001 Holiday Bowl appearance. 2001: Missed all but one game of 2001 while suffering from various shoulder, hamstring and knee injuries ... appeared briefly in Huskies' 31-28 win at Cal, making one reception before reinjuring his hamstring. 2000: Had one of the best seasons of any freshman receiver in Washington football history ... earned honorable mention Freshman All-American honors from Rivals.com ... 22 total receptions ranked third among all-time Husky frosh ... reception total was third on the team ... four TD receptions were most of any Husky ... one of four Husky receivers to make his first-career reception ... did so in season-opener against Idaho, catching one pass for 12 yards ... made first career start against Colorado, and has started in every game since ... made game-winning 22-yard TD reception in final minute of Huskies' 31-28 win at Stanford ... earned offensive MVP honors for his catch ... was the only Husky to catch two touchdown passes in a game, doing so in Washington's 51-3 win over Washington State ... also earned coaches' offensive MVP honor for that performance ... set career-highs with six catches for 69 yards in 36-24 come-from-behind win over Cal ... tallied first score in Huskies' 33-30 win over Oregon State ... also had one reception for five yards in the Rose Bowl ... excepting junior Todd Elstrom, who led the team with 47 catches, Robbins' reception total was more than all other Husky wideouts combined ... co-recipient of the Travis Spring Award, given to the team's most outstanding offensive and defensive freshmen.
High School and Personal: Born July 19, 1982 ... parents are Karen and Jerry ... played for coach Danny Greene at River Ridge High School ... prep career was shortened by a shoulder injury ... hails from the same high school as former Husky standout tight end Jerramy Stevens ... recorded 40 catches for 900 yards as a senior ... was an all-league pick at kick returner and wide receiver as a junior ... ranked third in the state in receiving yards in 1998 ... a 1999 Tacoma News-Tribune preseason all-state selection ... named to the 1999 Seattle Times preseason All-State squad at wide receiver ... received honorable mention accolades in the Tacoma News-Tribune's "Northwest Nuggets" listing ... ranked No. 14 in the northwest by SuperPrep ... a 1999 PrepStar All-Region ... also competed for River Ridge track and basketball teams ... a law, society and justice major.