On Wednesday evening, it was announced that Alabama LT Cam Robinson was selected as one of the five semifinalists for the Outland Trophy — an award given to the nation’s outstanding interiorĀ lineman.

Since enrolling three years ago, Robinson has started every single for the Crimson Tide. It’s quite a testament to Robinson’s ability — considering he plays in what’s widely considered the top conference in the country, and due to the fact he plays the toughest position along the offensive line.

 

Robinson has blocked for an eye-poppingĀ 27 100-yard rushers during his time at Alabama. This season, he has recorded 21 knockdown blocks in 10 games.

The other finalists for the award include Washington State’s Cody O’Connell, LSU’s Ethan Pocic, Ohio State’s Pat Elflein, and UT OL Connor Williams.