Guelph made Kingston recruit “feel right at home” (VIDEO)

Kingston running back joins OUA team’s 2016 class.

By the time Harry Robinson finishes his CIS career in the next four to five years, he hopes to realize all his gridiron and academic dreams.

The 5’8, 187 pound running back from Kingston, Ontario committed to the Guelph Gryphons, believing they are the program to get him there. Robinson will join the team for the 2016 season.

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“During my first visit to campus, the coaching staff made me feel right at home,” explained the offenisve standout of his deicsion.  “The dedication the coaches and players put toward building a successful program is what really made my decision easy.”

“I knew I’d be able to strive academically and achieve my personal football goals with the support systems Guelph has for student-athletes.”

During his time with the Frontenac Falcons of the Kingston Area Secondary School Athletic Association (KASSAA), Robinson was named both league and Team MVP.

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Moreover he has made an impact with Kingston Grenadiers of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL). In six games during the 2015 season, the running back amassed 605 yards on 79 carries, 105 yards on nine receptions, registered 20 solo and 11 assisted tackles as well as 173 punt and 295 kick return yards. For his efforts, Robinson was selected as an OVFL All-Star.

At the junior varsity level, the offensive standout was named Team MVP.


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