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Oklahoma State Offers Junior College Linebacker on Visit

Robinson also has offers to Texas Tech, Houston and others.



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The Cowboys have a junior college linebacker on campus, and he apparently has made a good impression.

Christopher Robinson, a linebacker for Kilgore College, announced an Oklahoma State offer on Tuesday while on an official visit. As a freshman for the Rangers this past season, Robinson was listed at 6-foot-1, 210 pounds. He made 38 tackles in 11 games with two sacks and 5.5 tackles for loss.

Robinson also has offers to Texas Tech, Houston, New Mexico and others.

He originally hails from Harker Heights High School in Harker Heights, Texas, which is north of Austin. The Knights went 12-2 in Robinson’s senior season, making it to the quarterfinals of the Texas 6A-D2 playoffs. He had 106 tackles, 27 tackles for loss, 8.5 sacks, an interception, six pass breakups, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery as a high school senior.

Kilgore went 9-2 in Robinson’s freshman season in the JUCO ranks. The Rangers won the Southwest Junior College Football Conference.

The Cowboys have been on a role thus far this month on the recruiting trail, securing three commitments since the start of June. Two of those commits have come from defenders in defensive linemen Jordan Covington and Alexander McPherson.

The Cowboys have a dozen commits in their 2025 class but all are high school prospects to this point. Should Robinson pick the Pokes, he would become the fourth defender in the class, joining Covington, McPherson and Wichita linebacker Kyle Keya.

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