A veteran successor leaves Georgia̵
Robertson spent three years in Athens showing flashes but struggling to meet the high expectations placed on him by his five-star rating in the 2016 class. Savannah Christian’s product is the overall perspective of the No. 13 countries and the No. 1 broad receiver. generated in the 247Sports Composite industry. He was the No. 3 player in Georgia.
Despite the long-standing relationship with Kirby Smart, Robertson initially got out of UGA. He chose Cal after National Signing Day in 2016 and continued to have a strong freshman at Berkeley with 50 catches for 767 yards and seven results. A sports hernia removed him for most of 2017 and he decided to move on after the season was over.
UGA took him for the second time and he made his Bulldog debut in 2018 against Austin Pye. His first touch was over that he took 72 yards for a touchdown. He kept rushing for another 37 yards on three runs and didn’t catch a pass. While this season was challenging for the fast-paced playmaker, he chose to approach initially as a team.
“It’s extremely frustrating not to go fishing last year as a recipient,” Robertson said in the 2019 season. “But I knew my role. I knew we had guys in front of me and I had to wait my turn. year and I have to contribute to the team as best I can. “
In the 2019 season, Robertson pulled 30 catches for 333 yards and three results. He also had six carts for 52 yards. A drop in production occurred in 2020, when Robertson caught only 12 passes for 110 yards, but had three grabs for 45 yards in JT Daniels UGA debut against Mississippi.
Due to the NCAA’s decision not to count the 2020 season against the eligibility of any player in any sport, Robertson had a chance to return to UGA for a sixth season. He went through the spring with the team and people who know about the situation told Dawgs247 that he had a strong performance during the five-week camp. This showed on G-Day when he caught a 59-yard pass from Daniels and finished with four grabs for 88 yards.
Robertson had a chance to be a major factor in 2021, but the receiving bulldog corps must be deep enough to absorb the loss. UGA is wound in LSU transfer Arik Gilbert 10 days ago he will play widely. Bulldogs are also coming back Jermaine Burton,, Keris Jackson, and Arian Smith from the 2020 team and a true freshman Adonai Mitchell was one of the best players in the G-Day game with seven catches for 105 yards and a score.