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2023 Georgia RB commit Roderick Robinson II (Courtesy photo)
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Roderick Robinson II: The stuff you don’t know about the next great UGA running back is pretty special

Want to attack every day with the latest Georgia football recruiting info? That’s the Intel. This rep has the latest with 4-star RB commit Roderick Robinson II in California. He’s the nation’s No. 13 RB and the No. 204 overall prospect for 2023 on the 247Sports Composite. Robinson is the nation’s No. 9 RB and the No. 160 overall prospect for this cycle for


Roderick Robinson rolled through the best teams in California to spark his team to a state championship this season.

DawgNation was able to pick up on some of that. There’s this thing called the internet. And social media.

Some may focus on the back the ‘Dawgs did not get this cycle. While that was happening, Robinson was rolling to 1,094 yards and 22 touchdowns over the last eight weeks of his season.

He led his Lincoln Hornets to their first CIF state championship.

For those efforts, Robinson was named the California Player of the Year. He was deserving after the 2,378 yards and 39 touchdowns he had as a senior. He averaged 11 yards per carry.

There was a game where he carried the ball 32 times for 476 yards and eight touchdowns. DawgNation has already taken a good look at that one. Those will be some pretty cool lines on his official player bio and resume.

But what we have shared so far are nowhere near the most interesting elements of his senior year.

Let’s zoom in on one specific story.

It came after the end of the Sierra Canyon game. Robinson had 181 yards and four touchdowns in that 37-14 win. He left with his father after the game.

“The defensive coordinator saw us,” his father Roderick Robinson said. “He walked up to my truck.”

That opposing coach had just one question: “How?”

“He looked at him and said ‘How?’ and ‘How did you do it?’ because he said he looked at the film from the Carlsbad game,” his father said. “He said ‘I watched the film from the Carlsbad game. You could barely move at the end of the game toward the end’ and he said ‘I know grown men that could not play on a pulled hamstring. How are you able to do this?’ and he looked at Rod.”

“Treatment,” Roderick Robinson II replied. “Treatment. Treatment.”

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