Robinson, Micheaux

Robinson, Micheaux

When Micheaux Robinson stepped on Otterbein’s campus in the fall of 2001, he immediately began striving to meet his goal of playing professional football. After having an illustrious college career, he is doing just that.

The Fostoria native became a four-year letterman as a Cardinal and recorded 13 career interceptions, a school record at the time.

Robinson totaled 33 tackles and three interceptions in 2001, and recorded an impressive 68 tackles the following year. His most outstanding season came during his junior year in 2003 when he totaled 51 tackles and snagged seven interceptions, including one which he returned 91 yards for a touchdown against Capital. He was named a honorable mention All-American and earned first-team All-Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC).

He was first-team All-OAC once again in 2004, totaling 35 tackles, one interception for a touchdown and also housing a punt return. Following that season, Robinson earned MVP honors at the 2004 Aztec Bowl, a Division III All-Star game, during USA’s 24-3 victory over Mexico. Micheaux went on to enjoy a successful career in the Arena Football League (AFL) with the Jacksonville Sharks.