Ohio State Overview
• Bradley Robinson is in his fifth year with the Ohio State football program, having initially walked on to the team in the summer of 2017
• Competed for and won the starting longsnapper job during training camp last fall
• Was one of 56 Ohio State student-athletes, representing 17 varsity sports, to take part in the Fourth Annual Wolstein Leadership Academy Retreat in May 2018
• Is a Big Ten Conference Distinguished Scholar, an Academic All-Big Ten honoree and a four-time OSU Scholar-Athlete who is pursuing a dual degree in human development and family science and human nutrition with hopes of attending medical school.
Honors & Awards
2020: Academic All-Big Ten and OSU Scholar-Athlete
2019: Academic All-Big Ten and OSU Scholar-Athlete
2018: Big Ten Conference Distinguished Scholar, Academic All-Big Ten, OSU Scholar-Athlete
2017: OSU Scholar-Athlete
More on Bradley
• Robinson was a member of the Michigan State football team in 2016 before transferring to Ohio State
• As a prepster, he lettered for two years in football and four in lacrosse at Athens High School in Troy, Mich.
• Played offensive tackle, long snapper and middle linebacker for the Red Hawks
• Ranked as Michigan’s No. 1 long snapper and No. 20 nationally coming out of high school
• High school coach was Josh Heppner
• A Dean’s List student for three semesters at Michigan State
• Son of Brad and Susanna Robinson
• Has an older brother, Andrew, who was a long snapper at Michigan.