Three-sport start athlete (baseball, football and basketball) Duce Robinson of Pinnacle High School in Phoenix is the TE1 for the Max Preps All-America Team for 2022.
His father Dominic Robinson was a two-sport star coming out of high school. He was a five-star football recruit who signed with the St. Louis Rams and was also drafted by the Minnesota Twins. Dominic is now a prominent athletic trainer in Arizona. Duce’s mother, Mary Beth Robinson, was a former All-America swimmer at Florida.
Duce Robinson dominated at The Opening Finals right after his baseball season ended, which just goes to show how dominant Robinson could be at the next level with a full season of football. Robinson is a legitimate Major League Baseball prospect and a top-100 high school baseball prospect for the upcoming 2023 season.
Yet, the five-star tight end is also one of the best at his position in the past decade, so he’ll have a tough choice to make next season. Robinson is only the fourth tight end who has earned five-star status in the 247Sports Composite rankings over the past 10 recruiting cycles. I expect Robinson to be a USC Trojan, being able to play two sports at the next level.
The 6-6, 225-pound Robinson caught 91 passes for 1392 yards and 11 touchdowns last season.
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— SBLive Sports (@SBLiveSports) June 29, 2022