Trent Robinson is a senior, and he is a starting left tackle on the varsity football team. Robinson got an offer from Eastern Kentucky University on Oct.1, to play football.
Favorite color: Red
Favorite fast food: Canes
Pre-game song: “Bad Company” by Five Finger Death Punch
Post-game song: “Same Thing” by The Kid Laroi
Pre-game ritual: Pray
Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys
Favorite college team: Florida Gators
The Red Ledger: When did you first start playing football? Why?
Trent Robinson: I started playing football in kindergarten because I fell in love with the game when I touched a football.
TRL: What was your reaction when you saw the offer from Eastern Kentucky?
TR: I just thought that all my hard work and dedication paid off.
TRL: Do you think you will choose to commit to Eastern Kentucky University? Why?
TR: I think time will tell. I would like to keep my options open.
TRL: How have you been preparing to play college football?
TR: I’ve been working hard on my grades, doing countless hours of film studying, lifting weights and running everyday.
TRL: Who has been your role model in your journey to playing college football? Why?
TR: My father because he’s pushed me to be where I’m at today, and he played quarterback in college.
TRL: What is your favorite part about football? Why?
TR: My favorite part of football is winning because it shows that all the hard work pays off after a hard fought victory.
TRL: Describe your best memory playing football.
TR: My favorite memory was getting revenge, and beating Frisco Reedy my junior year with 1 minute left.
TRL: What advice would you give to someone that also wants to play college football?
TR: The sky’s the limit. It’s a grind, but if you put your mind to it, and put the work in, it’s achievable.