Quandarrius Robinson signed his letter of intent to join the Alabama Crimson Tide today. December 18 is the first day high school seniors can officially sign with their new college programs. Robinson is a four star outside linebacker prospect out of Jackson-Olin High School in Birmingham, Alabama. He is ranked the 46th overall prospect nationally and the second overall prospect in Alabama according to 247sports.

Robinson committed to Auburn in July of 2018 but flipped his commitment to Alabama in June of 2019. At 6’5” 217 pounds Robinson is still growing into his frame. He played safety as a sophomore and converted to defensive end as a junior. He produced as a defensive end in 2018 to the tune of 40 tackles, 13 for a loss and eight sacks. Robinson suffered an ankle injury going after a fumble early in the Jackson-Olin season that required surgery and ended his senior season.

Robinson, having recovered from his ankle injury, will play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on January 4 in San Antonio, Texas. He will return to Jackson-Olin to play basketball and run track and field and then enroll at Alabama in the summer. He was primarily recruited to Alabama by defensive backs coach Karl Scott and outside linebackers coach Sal Sunseri.


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