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Frank Robinson

All American Football Player, Boise State 1988-91

Inducted into the Boise State Hall of Fame in 1999

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A four-year starter at cornerback, Frank Robinson is one of the top defensive players in Boise State and Big Sky Conference History.  He was also one of the top cornerbacks in the country during his senior season of 1991, when he received first team All-American honors from Kodak/American Coaches Association, the Walter Camp Foundation and the Associated Press.  Twice he also received first team All-Big Sky Conference honors, including his unanimous selection in 1990.  As a senior, Robinson broke a 21-year old record in the Big Sky Conference with 22 career interceptions.  He also intercepted eight passes, and returned two for touchdowns in 1991 despite playing the final five games with a broken left hand.  Robinson was also a two-year letterman for the Boise State basketball team in 1989 and 1990.  He was taken in the fifth round of the 1992 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos and played with the Broncos for three seasons.  He graduated from Boise State in 1991 with a degree in Management and Human Resources.