Cam Robinson's job wasn't done until Derrick Henry hit this milestone
Alabama rising junior offensive lineman Cam Robinson had the pleasure of blocking for Heisman-winning running back Derrick Henry for two years, helping the 6-foot-3, 240-pound bruiser rush for over 3,200 yards and 39 touchdowns in the process.
On Friday, Robinson — who says he is “missing the game” two months into the offseason — posted a picture of himself and Henry and stated that he had a goal for each and every performance.
Robinson says “his job wasn’t done” unless Henry broke the 200-yard milestone.
In 2015, Henry rushed for 200 yards or more in four different games, posting all four within a six-game stretch in the heart of SEC play. His 2,219 yards on the ground led the entire nation.
Robinson might not have met his goal every week, but he can find solace in the fact that he played a major part in Alabama’s national title run. He will also get a shot to help the Crimson Tide win a second straight title this upcoming season with Bo Scarbrough and Damien Harris in the backfield.