March Madness Has a 5’5 Guard Who Can Dunk

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It’s the best time of the year, March Madness. Fans across the nation are going crazy, creating brackets, and tuning in to watch their favorite college basketball players lead their team to the next round. One exciting player to certainly look out for is Junior Robinson, a 5-foot-5 guard from Mount St. Mary. He is the shortest player in the tournament, but he plays with the same confidence and aggression as everyone else. Shooting nearly 40% from the 3-point line and averaging 14.2 points this season, Robinson is a scoring threat from the perimeter. The biggest thing about his game? Robinson is a 5-foot-5 guard who can dunk.

Per NCAA:

“Sophomore in high school. I was about 5-3. It was amazing. One day we were messing around after practice and threw up, and I dunked it. I thought, `Oh my goodness.’ Everyone else was shocked. They kept me doing it over and over.”

March Madness just got a lot more interesting.

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