Sure, he’s a sophomore, but he rushed for 2,023 yards and scored 26 touchdowns on a run-centric team that reached the state championship game. Some context: The top five running backs of Tucson’s last 40 years didn’t gain close to 2,000 yards as a sophomore. CDO’s Ka’Deem Carey had 898; Mountain View’s Kevin Schmidtke hit 2,000 as a junior; Amphi’s Mario Bates had 1,096 as a sophomore; Amphi’s Michael Bates never gained 2,000 in a season; and Sunnyside’s Fred Sims had 2,010 as a senior in 1980, the first Tucsonan ever to gain 2,000 in a season.

Plus, Robinson did this in a game: