One of the best parts about the return of high school football season is scrolling through the news or Twitter feed and seeing some of the notable stat lines. After an eight-month hiatus, college fans can be reminded of the talent of these athletes committed to their universities.
UCLA commit Roderick Robinson II had one of the first double figures of the season. Although many schools across the country don’t start classes until after Labor Day, this California school district is one of many where football season is already underway.
Robinson stole the headlines in the start for Lincoln (San Diego, Calif.), rushing for 186 yards and four touchdowns on just eight carries. It all happened in the first half as the Hornets took a 42-0 halftime lead before beating Capital Christian (Sacramento, Calif.) 56-0.
It was a good win for Lincoln, who is trying to get revenge for their loss in the championship game last season.
They have one more season of Robinson to do it. The four-star running back is ranked as the No. 18 RB in the 2023 class and the 22nd best player in California, according to the 247Sports Composite. He has 25 offers, but committed to UCLA in May and assuming nothing changes, will remain in the state to play for the Bruins next season.