There’s no better time to be the national media darling of the week than this week, when the ESPN College GameDay crew will be discussing a slew of talented college football players.
But while they may be talking about the nation’s best athletes, there are plenty of lesser-known players on the roster who deserve more attention.
Here are three players whose national championship experience deserves a wider audience than they are getting from the media:Jackie Robinson, running back: The Alabama junior had a breakout season in 2016.
She finished with 4,826 yards rushing and 24 touchdowns, and she also set a record for the most career rushing yards in a single season.
But in the process of breaking the record, she also broke the SEC record for most rushing yards, which was set by Texas A&M’s Myles Garrett in 2015.
Robinson was the MVP of the Crimson Tide’s National Championship game win over the Alabama Crimson Tide in which Garrett finished with 2,664 yards and nine touchdowns.
While Robinson’s record was the biggest in the country, she was not a household name outside of the SEC.
Robison, now a sophomore at LSU, also set the school’s career rushing yardage record in 2016 and broke the school rushing yard record for a single game.
While that feat would make Robinson a Heisman finalist, Robinson still won’t receive a lot of attention in the media.
She might be one of the nation�s best players, but she�s also a player that the media doesn�t really seem to know much about.
In 2016, Robison had four career interceptions, including two in the Cotton Bowl against Texas A &M.
She also had a career-high seven sacks and eight tackles for loss, and the Crimson Missisqes ranked in the top 10 in scoring defense, pass efficiency defense, and total defense.
It may seem odd for Robinson to be a lesser-understood player, but it�s actually a good thing. Robinson�s lack of recognition has led to a lack of interest from NFL teams.
Robison has had success in college football, but her football career has not been the best in the SEC, and that could affect her chances of landing a roster spot on the NFL roster.
Robenson is a versatile running back with good speed and quickness.
She can run in space and burst through holes and has excellent vision and route running skills.
She’s also a leader, as Robinson was one of only three Alabama players to lead the team in touchdowns last season.
Roberson has also demonstrated a strong willingness to work as a receiver and return specialist, which should help her make an NFL roster this fall.
Robbert was also a big part of the Alabama defense in 2016, finishing with 6.5 sacks and 11 tackles for losses.
She earned SEC Defensive Player of the Year honors and was a second-team All-SEC pick.
Robbert also had five pass breakups.
While Robinson has the talent, she still has room to improve.
She is only 19 years old and needs to work on her consistency, but Robinson is a very talented athlete.
She could easily reach the NFL.
As for Robison, she has had one career touchdown in her career, which came in the Crimson Rose Bowl.
Robson had five receptions for 59 yards in the game, but that came with a huge mistake.
She made a tough catch on a ball that bounced back off a defender�s helmet and bounced into the end zone.
Robs’ career has been derailed by injuries and she could be a great asset on the defensive line in the NFL, but the Crimson-White could also benefit from another running back in her class.