Memphis Football Mid-Year Transfers
As a freshman at Pierce College caught 27 passes for 352 yards and five touchdowns ... Named to the Southern California Association's American Division 2013 All-Pacific Conference Football First-Team at tight end ... Closed out the 2013 season with back-to-back, 100-yard receiving games as the Brahmas finished a 9-2 season with consecutive wins ... Had eight receptions for 117 yards in a 41-16 win over Glendale to capture the league championship ... Helped Pierce College finish off the season with an American Division Bowl title, catching seven passes for 119 yards including a 50-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter of a 21-13 win at Chaffey ... The Brahmas captured their first American Division Championship since 2010 ... Earlier in the season had five receptions for 42 yards and two touchdowns against West LA ... Prior to the two touchdown game, had just one reception ... Had a 13-yard touchdown catch in a 53-42 win over Santa Barbara and also had a four-yard scoring catch against Santa Monica during his freshman season ... Head coach at Pierce College was Efrain Martinez.
Prior to beginning his collegiate football career, was selected in the 16th round of the 2007 MLB Amateur Draft by the Baltimore Orioles ... Played six seasons in the Orioles' organization advancing to Baltimore's Class A club, the Frederick Keys of the Carolina League ... Member of Frederick's 2011 Carolina League championship team ... Also played one season for the Greys of the Frontier League ... Over his seven season career batted .245 ... The fielder played in 369 professional games, finishing his career with 45 home runs, 12 triples and 68 doubles ... Scored 202 runs and had 174 RBI along with 44 stolen bases.
Four-year baseball letterman for El Camino Real ... High school coach was Matt LaCour ... Most memorable moment of his prep career was winning the CIF Baseball State Championship at Dodger Stadium in 2005 ... Also lettered one year playing basketball at El Camino Real.
Son of Steve and Heather Kolodny ... Born March 9, 1988 in Woodland Hills, Calif. ... has two brothers, Trevar and Timmy ... Younger brother Timmy was a three-year letterman playing volleyball at NCAA Division III Mount Saint Vincent.
6-3, 330, Offensive Lineman
Member of Butler team which played in the Graphic Edge Bowl and posted a 9-2 record … Named to the All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference First-Team at offensive guard … Was one of eight, first-team selection on the KJCCC team for Butler … Starter on a Butler team which finished sixth in the final NJCAA poll, marking the 16th straight year the Grizzlies finished the season in the Top 10 … Blocked for an offense which averaged 384 yards per game … Grizzlies averaged 211 yards passing and 173 yards rushing … Team averaged 410 yards in conference play … Butler won five straight before a 6-0 loss to Iowa Western in the Graphic Edge Bowl … Grizzlies closed out the regular season with a six-overtime, 19-16 win over Hutchinson which gave Butler the outright Jayhawk Conference Championship … Junior college coach was Troy Morrell.
Two-time, First-Team All-Western Athletic Conference selection at Great Bend High School … Named First-Team Class 5A All-State … Voted team’s most valuable player … In addition to playing on the offensive line, member of Great Bend’s defensive front … Registered 42 total tackles including 34 solo hits … Had six quarterback sacks, forced three fumbles and deflected three passes at the line of scrimmage … Selected to play for the West team at the 2012 Kansas Shrine Game.
6-1, 226, Linebacker
Named to the Alabama roster and played in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game … Also selected to the TV 24 Pigskin Roundup All-Star Team … Registered 60 tackles and had an interception as a senior … Returned an interception 45 yards for one of three, first-quarter scores as Gadsden City defeated Grissom 42-8 … Posted a 105-tackle season for the Titans as a junior … High School coach was Matt Scott.
Played one season of post-high school football at the Atlanta Sports Academy ... Registered 88 tackles, 4.5 quarterback sacks and an interception in seven games played ... Also forced two fumbles, recovered four fumbles, credited with 39 quarterback hurries and blocked three point after tries ... Coach at Atlanta Sports Academy was Damon Dawson.
As a senior at Doherty Memorial High School in 2012, registered 125 tackles, five quarterback sacks and an interception as the Highlanders reached the MIAA Division 2 Central semifinals ... In addition to linebacker, played tight end and receiver at Doherty ... Had 24 receptions for 516 yards and three touchdowns as a senior ... Named to the Worcester Inter-High All Star team ... One of three senior captains named from the team ... Was named the Central Massachusetts Defensive MVP ... A three-year all-star who was twice named the team's most valuable player ... Selected a Telegram and Gazette Super Team All-Star in 2012 ... Played in the 13th Annual Shrive Chowder Bowl Classic ... Was a National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete nominee ... As a junior posted 104 tackles including three quarterback sacks and had a defensive touchdown while offensively caught 25 passes for 360 yards and four touchdowns ... Credited with 74 tackles and eight sacks as a sophomore ... Head coach at Doherty Memorial was Sean Mulcahy ... Team captain and Inter-High All Star member of Doherty's baseball team ... Also competed in several track and field events including the shot put, high jump and discus ...
Son of Len and Beth Robinson ... Born June 11, 1994 in Barrie, Ontario ... Has two older brothers - Myles and Zach - and three younger sisters - Hannah, Mary and Mukayla ... Brother Zack played Division III hockey for the Becker Ice Hawks and Worcester State Lancers.