Georgia Military's Javon Robinson was named the NJCAA's Offensive Player of the Year. Game after game Robinson put up some impressive stats....stats that will put Robinson as one of the best backs in NJCAA history.
During the 2013 season Robinson broke two single-season records and tied two others. Robinson rushed for 2,387 yards and 34 touchdowns on the ground this season. The 34 rushing touchdowns shattered the old recored of 27 set by former Rochester running back Isaac Odim’s mark set in 2007. Robinson also set the single-season rushing record by breaking a 17 year record of 2,338 yards previously held by Rodrick Johnson of Dixie State – now an NCAA Division II program. Robinson tied single-season records of 204 points and 34 touchdowns that have both been in place for 26 years.
Robinson’s sensational year helped guide a Georgia Military team to an perfect 11-0 record in the regular season. The Bulldogs rode their star running back to four victories over top five opponents and the program’s first appearance in the NJCAA National Championship Game. Despite falling to No. 2 East Mississippi in the Mississippi Bowl, Robinson accumulated 238 yards and three touchdowns on 34 carries.
Robinson, from Memphis, TN, plans on returning to Georgia Military for his sophomore season. A second season like the first will make Robinson one of the most recruited two-year prospects in 2014.