Safety Neiko Robinson
wore a million dollar smile after leading his Northview team to a state championship over Trenton. He had an early interception and was in on 11 tackles in a very impressive performance.
"I just wanted to get involved and come up with some big hits," Robinson said. "We tried to set the tone and bring some wood."
That's exactly what the 6-foot-0 and 170-pound hard hitting safety did. He had several big time hits that juiced up his defense.
"You know, I always think I can do better."
Robinson has been a long time commitment to Penn State. Despite visiting Minnesota earlier this fall he says he's rock solid to the Nittany Lions.
"Penn State actually came by to see me on Monday," Robinson said. "I am sure they will be blowing up my phone now. I love coach [Billy] O'Brien and coach [Ted] Roof. They had a fantastic year and I can't wait [to get up there]. I am solid."
Penn State commitment Neiko Robinson was rock solid in state title game to lead Northview to the single A title over Trenton in Orlando, Fla.
Penn State commitment Neiko Robinson was rock solid in state title game.