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    C.J. Robbins
    C.J.  Robbins


    Peru, Ill.

    High School:

    Height / Weight:
    6-5 / 295



    Defensive Dominance Leads B1GCats Over Penn State, 29-6

    Wildcats open Big Ten play with first win over Nittany Lions and in Happy Valley since 2004


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    2014: Played in 11 games and made eight starts ... Recorded 13 tackles with 2.5 TFLs and two pass breakups ... Assisted on a pair of tackles at Notre Dame ... Posted career-high three tackles in second consecutive game against Nebraska ... Secured three tackles at Minnesota ... Had 1.0 TFL and blocked a field goal attempt against the Nittany Lions ... Made first career start against Cal and made two tackles.

    2013: Earned a spot in the regular defensive tackle rotation and appeared in all 12 games ... Three total tackles on the year.

    2012: Forced to miss the season due to injury before returning to the field late in the season ... Named Defensive Practice Player of the Week following the Illinois game.

    2011: Redshirted his true freshman season.

    High School: three-star selection ... 2010 Illinois All-State honorable mention ... 2010 EdgyTim 5A-8A all-state team ... Two-time News-Tribunefirst-team all-area (2009 & 2010) ... 2010 Northern Illinois Big 12 West Division All-Conference member ... 2010 WLPO Lineman Award ... 2009 NCIC All-Conference ... Team captain ... Invited to play in the 2011 Shriner All-Star game ... Earned the game-saving tackle vs. United Township when he tackled the QB on a 2-point conversion and LaSalle-Peru leading by just one point, 21-20 ... Registered 49 tackles, 12 TFL's, 3 sacks and 5 fumble recoveries in 2009 & 2010 ... Missed four games his senior season due to an injury ... Cavaliers went 7-3 and reached the 5A playoffs in 2009 ... Four-year Honor Roll member ... 2010 All-Academic team member ... 2009-10 Peer Helper and Big Brother mentor ... Coached by Joe Sassano.

    Personal: Born Cameron Douglas Robbins Jr. ... Son of Cameron and Stacey Robbins ... Sister, Jazzmyne, played volleyball at the University of St. Francis (Ill.) ... Communication studies major.