Career Summary: Lettered four seasons as a receiver while battling through tough injuries along the way...Solid contributor who played in 8 of 12 games in `05...Started in five contests, but was sidelined twice for injuries...Missed UCF game with hamstring injury...Severely burned left hand in a cooking accident just two days before USM game...Required a skin graft and spent remainder of season rehabilitating hand...Caught his first career pass on a 34-yd toss from Will Hudgens against Ole Miss in `05...Logged three-straight games with two receptions against Houston, ECU and UAB...Had a season-high 48 yds on two catches against ECU, which also included a long reception of 38 yds....Poised to help lead a young receiving corps in `06 before an injury took him off the field just as season opened...Caught passes of 8 yds and 5 yds in Tigers' first offensive series of the 2nd quarter against Ole Miss...Rushed for six yards on Memphis' first play of the 3rd quarter...Left the game after that gain and did not return to the field...Tore ligaments in his knee and had surgery...Played in all 13 games in `07 with two starts a year after being sidelined with a knee injury...Caught a pass in eight games and had multiple receptions in four contests...Averaged 11.8 yards per catch and 17.2 yards receiving/game...Registered first career TD reception on a career-long 48-yd pass from Martin Hankins in 2nd quarter against Jacksonville St....Had career highs of six receptions and 80 yds in first start of season versus ECU.
2008 Highlights: Played in all 13 games at wide receiver...Caught at least one pass in first four games...Had a season-high 20-yd reception versus Nicholls St....Against Louisville, registered a season-high 30 yds receiving and matched a career high with six receptions...Caught a 19-yd pass in the opening drive versus USM that resulted in a TD two plays later.
2007: Played in all 13 games with two starts a year after being sidelined with a knee injury...Caught a pass in eight games and had multiple receptions in four contests...Averaged 11.8 yards per catch and 17.2 yards receiving per game...Opened the season with four receptions for 17 yards against Ole Miss...Had a long catch of 13 yards in the first quarter against the Rebels...Registered his first career touchdown reception on a career-long 48-yard pass from Martin Hankins in the second quarter against Jacksonville State...Also credited with a four-yard run in the game...Registered a four-yard reception and two carries for 13 yards against Arkansas State...Put the Tigers in 1st-and-goal situation in the first quarter with his nine-yard run for a first down...Memphis scored three plays later as a result of his drive-extending carry...Made a game-long reception of 37 yards against Marshall...Caught the 37-yard pass from Will Hudgens in the second quarter to bring up 1st-and-10 from the Marshall 30-yard line...Tigers later scored a field goal on the drive...Did not registered a catch in the next three games, but answered with career highs of six receptions and 80 yards in his first start of the season versus East Carolina...Had long receptions of 39 and 20 yards against the Pirates...Also logged a six-yard run for a first down in the second quarter...Registered three receptions for 18 yards against Southern Miss...Started the New Orleans Bowl and caught two passes for 25 yards...Picked up a first down with his 21-yard reception from Hankins to the FAU 35-yard line...Tigers scored a touchdown on that drive...Ended the season with 19 receptions for 224 yards and a touchdown...Also tallied five carries for 24 yards on the year.
2006: Was poised to help lead a young receiving corps in 2006 before an injury took him off the field just as the season opened...Caught passes of eight yards and five yards in the Tigers' first offensive series of the second quarter against Ole Miss...Had a two-yard run in the last play of the first half...Rushed for six yards on Memphis' first play of the third quarter...Left the game after that gain and did not return to the field...Tore ligaments in his knee and had surgery on September 20 to repair the damage...Was not able to practice with the team in the spring while continuing rehabilitation.
2005: Solid contributor for the receiving corps who played in eight of the 12 games in 2005...Started in five contests, but was sidelined twice for injuries...Missed the UCF game with a hamstring injury...Severely burned his left hand in a cooking accident just two days before the Southern Miss game...Required a skin graft and spent the remainder of the season rehabilitating his hand...Started in the 2005 season opener against Ole Miss...Caught his first career pass on a 34-yard toss from Will Hudgens...Had one reception for seven yards in the win over Chattanooga...Recorded his only rush of his career against Tulsa for a six-yard gain...Logged three-straight games with two receptions against Houston, East Carolina and UAB...Had a season-high 48 yards on his two catches against ECU, which also included a long reception of 38 yards...Finished the season with eight receptions for 131 yards.
2004: Redshirted the 2004 season with the depth of the receiving corps.
Prep: Lettered as a wide receiver at Bolton High...Caught 18 passes for 328 yards and five touchdowns during the regular season and had nine catches for 140 yards and two scores in the state playoffs...Finished the 2003 season with 27 receptions for 468 yards...Caught a 40-yard touchdown pass in the final four seconds of the Collierville game to give Bolton a 28-25 victory in the opening round of the state 5-A playoffs...Also worked as the back-up punt returner and had three returns for 103 yards, including an 86-yard return for a touchdown...Named to the Class AAA All-Metro track team in 2003...Placed fourth in the Tennessee state high school championships in the 100 meters with a time of 10.99 in the finals...Named to the All-Region 7-5A-team in 2002 after helping BHS to an 8-3 record...Was ranked second in the region in receiving with 19 catches for 372 yards and six touchdowns.
Personal: Carlton Marquel Robinzine is the son of Dimarche Robinzine...Born January 14, 1986, in Clarksdale, Miss.
Robinzine's Career Receiving Statistics YR G/S NO YDS AVG TDS LG 2005 8/5 8 131 16.4 0 38 2006 1/0 2 13 6.5 0 8 2007 13/2 19 224 11.8 1 48 2008 13/0 16 127 7.9 0 20
Total 35/7 45 495 11.0 1 48
Robinzine's Career Highs Most Pass Receptions: 6 vs. ECU (`07) Most Yards Receiving: 80 vs. ECU (`07) Longest Pass Reception: 48 vs. Jacksonville State (`07) Most Touchdown Receptions: 1 vs. Jacksonville State (`07) Most Rush Attempts: 3 vs. Ole Miss (`06) Most Rushing Yards: 13 vs. Arkansas State (`07) Longest Run: 9 vs. Arkansas State (`07)