Middletown head coach Ron Johnson knows college football talent having been a college coach at Miami Ohio before returning to the high school ranks. The past couple of seasons the Middies have enjoyed having two very big offensive linemen providing the physical play needed to open holes and protect the quarterback. On Tuesday Coach Johnson informed media sources that Chip Robinson and Blaec Walker will remain teammates next fall at Bowling Green.
Robinson is a four year starter for the Middies who saw early interest from several programs. At 6-foot-5 Robinson has seen his weight range from 370-pounds down to the 340-pound range. He projects as a guard and shows above average feet for a player his size.
Walker has started since his sophomore season at both guard and tackle earning all-conference honors in the process. On film Walker shows great feet and nice extension in his pass blocking skills. At 6-foot-5, 320-pounds Walker moves very well and could have seen his offer list grown as his senior season continued.
Both players come from a program that plays at a high level and should be solid prospects for the Bowling Green program.