2019-20 Football
1 Quay Holmes RB
1 Rodarious Timmons DB
2 Tyler Riddell QB
3 Jared Folks LB
4 Karon Delince DB
5 Trey Mitchell QB
5 Zayquan Gillespie DB
6 Jamal Couch WR
6 Logan Bowers K/P
7 Quinn Smith DB
7 Ford Cooper QB
8 Jacob Saylors RB
9 Tyler Murphy DB
9 Treyvion Houston QB
10 Dashaun McKinney WR
10 O'Neal Anderson DB
11 Cade Weldon QB
11 Zach West DB
12 MJ Woods DB
12 Riley Bryant WR
13 Jeremy Lewis DB
13 Zailes Alexander WR
14 Keith Coffee WR
15 Chance Thrasher QB
16 Tyree Robinson DB
16 Marqui Manns WR
17 Malik McGue RB
17 Di'Andre Davis LB
18 Cameron Lewis QB
19 Dilan Henderson DB
20 Giovanni Dyer WR
21 Dwayne Ruff DB
22 Zack Yancey LB
23 Jaeden McAllister DB
24 Isaiah Wilson WR
24 Malachi Quinn LB
25 Jalyn Williams RB
25 Elijah Walton DB
26 Artevius Smith DB
27 Zeb Petty TE
27 Erek Campbell DB
28 Alijah Huzzie DB
29 DJ Twitty RB
30 Donovan Manuel LB
31 Brett Strother LB
32 Sincere Quinn RB
33 Edward Davis LB
35 Nick Payne DB
36 Trey Middleton LB
37 Dawson Pierson TE
40 Noah West TE
41 Tre Gowen III RB
42 Stephen Scott LB
42 Bryson Sexton TE
43 Rodney Wright DE
44 Nate Adkins TE
45 Nasir Player DL
46 Jordan Anderson TE
47 Dustin Nickle LS
48 Jake Hyer LS
48 Jawan Martin FB
49 Jason Maduafokwa DL
50 Max Howell OL
51 Austin Rowan DL
52 Tre'mond Shorts OL
53 Chandlor Mullins LS
54 Colton Lakes LB
55 Logan Shipley DL
56 Jacob Hensley OL
57 Isaiah Jayne LB
58 Donovan Swinger LB
59 Jalen Porter LB
60 Andrew Kern OL
62 Mason McNutt OL
63 Dakota Finger DL
65 Ben Blackmon OL
66 Dadley Louis DL
67 Myles Smith OL
69 Bryson Casteel OL
70 Ellis Chapman DL
71 Tavon Matthews OL
72 Eddie Gajardo OL
74 Caman Cody DL
75 Cason Setzekorn OL
76 Blake Austin OL
77 Fred Norman Jr. OL
79 Cameron Parker OL
80 Desi Lester Jr. WR
81 Tim Stayskal TE
82 Tyler Keltner K/P
83 Garrett Taylor P/K
84 Jaylen Frierson RB
85 Juliun Price WR
86 Will Huzzie WR
87 Mason Hewitt TE
88 Braxton Richburg WR
89 Anthony Spagnoletti WR
90 Javion Heard DL
92 Dru Bowens LB/DE
93 Max Evans DL
94 Olajuwon Pinkelton DL
96 Landon Kunak K/P
98 Miles Manigault DL
99 Blake Bockrath LB
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Tyree Robinson

#16 Tyree Robinson

HT. 5-11
WT. 184
YR. Jr.
HOMETOWN Gainesville, Ga.

2021 (Senior): Named to both the Phil Steele Magazine All-American Third Team and the HERO Sports FCS All-American Third Team … Awarded a spot on both the Coaches and Media First Team All-SoCon … Appeared and started in all 13 games for the Bucs, playing an instrumental part in a defense that wreaked havoc all season long … Robinson was fifth on the team in tackles with 58, while hauling in a team-high five interceptions … Capped off the season with two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble, while also chipping in for 2.5 tackles for loss … Season-high 10 tackles in the season finale at North Dakota State in the FCS Quarterfinals … Posted a key game with seven tackles in the win over VMI, also recording one of his two fumble recoveries in the win over the Keydets … Returned an interception 98 yards in the win over Samford on Sept. 25, also forcing his lone fumble against the Bulldogs.

2020 (Senior)*: Tabbed to the Coaches and Media First Team All-SoCon … Appeared and started in all six games on the season for ETSU … Finished fifth on the team in total tackles with 37, including 22 solo tackles … Tied for second on the squad in tackles for loss with 4.5, setting a new career high … Concluded the year with one forced fumble and one fumble recovery … Scooped up a fumble on the second play of the game against The Citadel, returning it to the house for a 27-yard fumble-return touchdown … Forced the fumble against VMI to seal the win over the 8th-ranked Keydets on April 3 in Lexington, Va. … Registered a season-high eight tackles on three different occasions, with ETSU winning all three games (Samford, The Citadel, VMI) … Named to the First Team Preseason All-SoCon squad.

*Season played in Spring 2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic

2019 (Junior): Named Phil Steele Magazine Preseason First Team All-SoCon … Honored as a STATS FCS Buck Buchanan Award Watch List candidate … Named to the STATS FCS Preseason Second Team All-America … Named Preseason All-SoCon First Team Defense … HERO Sports Preseason All-American Second Team … Named Phil Steele Magazine Preseason FCS All-American Third Team … Appeared in eight games with eight starts, missing the remaining four games due to injury … Finished the season with 50 tackles, including 38 solo … Posted a then career-best 3.0 tackles for loss and concluded the season with eight pass breakups … Recorded five or more tackles in seven of the eight games played … Tied a career-high in tackles with nine at Furman (Sept. 28), while forcing his first collegiate fumble against the Paladins.

2018 (Sophomore): Garnered a spot on the AP FCS All-American Team, HERO Sports Sophomore All-American squad, STATS FCS All-America Second Team and the Phil Steele Magazine All-American Second Team … Named to the First Team All-SoCon Defense … October SoCon Athlete of the Month … Claimed both SoCon Defensive Player of the Week and STATS FCS National Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 15 … Played in all 12 games for ETSU, starting in 11 contests … Finished the year with 71 total tackles (47 solo), six interceptions, 2.5 tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, nine pass breakups and two defensive touchdowns … Tallied five or more tackles in 10 of the 12 games played, including a season-high nine tackles against Western Carolina (Oct. 27) … Picked off two passes against The Citadel (Oct. 13), including returning one 42 yards to the house to seal the victory for ETSU … Collected defensive touchdowns in back-to-back games against The Citadel and Wofford (Oct. 20) … Led the SoCon in interceptions (6), interceptions returned for a touchdown (1) and passes defended (15) … Finished third in the league in interception return yards (95).

2017 (Freshman): Played in all 11 games, making four starts in his rookie season with the Bucs … Made first collegiate start vs. Wofford on Oct. 28 … Finished the season with 39 tackles, including season-high eight-tackle games vs. Wofford and Chattanooga (Nov. 18) … Recorded his first collegiate tackle in the season-opening win over Limestone on Sept. 2, while adding four tackles each against Mercer (Sept. 23) and Western Carolina (Oct. 14) … Posted at least one tackle in all 11 games played.

High School: Earned all-state and all-region honors … Named Defensive Player of the Year and Team MVP … Registered 156 tackles (74 solo), four interceptions, five pass breakups and one touchdown in 2016.

Personal: Son of Shae Faulkner and Dewayne Robinson … Born Aug. 25, 1999 … Plans to major in engineering technology with a concentration in electronics engineering technology.