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    • Don Robinson

      Don Robinson played for the legendary Godfrey “Goot” Steiner at Lanier High School in the late 60’s and was a member of the last Lanier team before it became Central High School in 1970. During his three year varsity career he helped lead the Poets to a record of 28-5-l and an undefeated regular season in 1969 before they lost to Valdosta in the State AAA playoffs. Don lettered three years in track and football at Lanier and was chosen to play for the South Team in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All star game which was held at Porter Stadium in August of 1970. He was recruited to play football at Georgia Tech by Yellow Jacket assistant Coach Jerry Glanville who was a member of Bud Carson’s staff. After Carson was dismissed Don finished his Tech career playing for Bill Fulcher. During his three years on the Flats, Tech compiled a 18-16-1 record. He was a three year letter winner at Georgia Tech. He was a part time starter as a Sophomore and was a regular his junior and senior seasons in 1972 and 1973. He was selected to the All Southern College team in 1973, his last season with the Yellow Jackets. (more)

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