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Stock beginning to heat up for Nocal LB

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There were many players who really stood out at Saturday's NIKE Camp held in Palo Alto. One of them was a linebacker who really stood out. This young man has three offers on the table already. Look for that list to grow before too long.
The linebacker in question is Jamarr Robinson (6-3, 238, 4.7) from Fairfield, Calif.
This young man was one of the best looking linebacker prospects at the NIKE Camp and his performance really helped his stock.
That Robinson's stock is on the move won't surprise Fairfield coach Eric Barber. He has all the confidence in the world that his talented linebacker is going big time.
"Jamarr is football fast," Barber said. "Whoever lands him is getting a great football player."
"Truthfully we didn't do him justice a year ago by playing out of position," Barber said. "We changed his position to help our team and he did so with great spirit."
"Jamarr played out of position but now that he's back at his more natural position of linebacker he's going to blow up this fall," Barber said. "His nickname is "The Monster" and there is a good reason that. No matter what he does he goes hard and with ferocity."
"Jamarr is the total team player," Barber said. "He's a great kid with great character."
"Jamarr always puts his team ahead of himself," Barber said. "Some kids talk it, but Jamarr walks it."
"Jamarr is a workaholic," Barber said. "He's always in the weight room and he's set the tone for our entire team."
Robinson already has offers on the table from Arizona State, Colorado and Wyoming. He is getting serious recruiting attention from Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, USC, UCLA, Washington State, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Fresno State.
There is a good reason why Robinson is getting all this recruiting love. He can play and he's proving it.
Robinson was a first-team all-league performer on the defensive side of the ball after racking up 96 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, five sacks, blocked four kicks (three punts, one field goal), three forced fumbles and two interceptions.
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