Skyhawk Football | Wil Robinson - Defensive Quality Control
Wil Robinson enters his first season at defensive quality control coach at UT Martin.
Before UT Martin, Robinson served as the defensive quality control coach at Samford University while assisting Ross Newton with the linebackers, scouting opponents, assisting with run game preparations and handling player personnel on game day. He also contributed on special teams and recruiting.
In his first season with the Bulldogs, Robinson assisted in coaching an All-American Linebacker in Shaheed Salmon, who registered 93 tackles, with 50 of those being solo tackles. Robinson was a part of a defensive unit that finished 5th in the country for Defensive Touchdowns with 3 of the 4 touchdowns coming from the Linebacker core.
Between seasons at Samford, in the summer of 2016, Robinson spent the summer with the Philadelphia Eagles on the Bill Walsh Minority Internship. With the Eagles, Robinson spent time learning from Eagles personnel, while assisting with daily practice preparations and Eagles operational duties.
During the 2015 season, Robinson served as the Defensive Quality Control and Linebackers Coach Assistant at his alma mater, Tennessee State University. In 2014, Robinson worked as the full time Defensive Line Coach at William Penn University while gaining his master's degree in the process.
Robinson played at Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tennessee from 2010-2013. Robinson was a part of the All-OVC Newcomer team, a Defensive Captain, and a member of a 2013 FCS playoff team whose playoff loss came only to Jimmy Garoppolo and the Eastern Illinois Panthers.
Robinson earned his undergraduate degree in interdisciplinary studies in 2013 from Tennessee State with a concentration in mass communications and psychology. Robinson earned his master's in business leadership from William Penn University in 2016.
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