The fireworks were popping in Waco when news broke of a huge recruiting win for the Baylor Bears over the Holiday weekend; the Bears landing a commitment from a 4-star offensive linemen prospect in a 6-foot-7, 288-pound tackle from Lamar HS(Tx.)– Isaiah Robinson.
Baylor adding some depth to their offensive line in the 2023 class here in Texas with some star players committing this month. Two recruits in particular in Robinson, and Argyle’s Interior offensive line recruit, Wes Tucker committing last month.
The Bears added over 12 commitments last month in June alone after some official visits and offers to some prospective student-athletes they had their sights on. Baylor currently holds a place in the top ten in all of college football for their recruitment of the 2023 class (8th place). Offensive line coach Eric Mateos, however, can be created to the Bear’s success of adding some size and stars to the class of 2023 in the offensive trenches. Currently, with four, 3-star prospect commits and now one 4-star commit in Isaiah Robinson. According to 247 sports.com, coach Mateos is currently ranked 3rd place in regards to recruiting in the Big 12 conference and 17th ranked nationally.
Robinson had 27 division I offers to schools like Cal, Auburn, LSU, Miami, Texas, Texas A&M, and others before ultimately choosing to call Waco his next place of residence while playing for the Bears along with others like 2023 QB commit Austin Novosad and others.
What the bears get in Robinson is a great pass blocker with excellent size a huge frame long arms and a solid base. Blocking against the pass or run Robinson displays power, and quickness looking light on his feet with athleticism blocking out in space or on the LOS. Robinson’s athletic ability helps him pull around and demolish defenders at the next level. In pass pro, he maintains a solid low foundation with excellent technique.
(Featured photo credit: Isaiah Robinson, Twitter)