AUBURN, Ala. — Chase Robison departed Auburn without ever playing a game for the Tigers. According to a report by A-State Nation, the former walk-on defensive end plans to transfer to Arkansas State.
Son of @RedWolvesFBall alum Lanier Robison, Chase Robison, will enroll at Arkansas State and join football team. His 3rd team in 4 years.— Jeff A-State Nation (@ASUJeffReed) August 19, 2014
This marks Robison's second transfer in three years. His college career started at Texas Tech in 2012, where he spent a year on the Red Raiders' scout team as a redshirt. He then decided to transfer to Auburn along with Red Raider teammate Tucker Tuberville in the spring 2013.
After joining the Tigers, Robison did not play last season per the NCAA's transfer rules.
By becoming a member of the Red Wolves, Robison will be following in his father's footsteps. Lanier Robison, played at Arkansas State from 1980-84.
Robison was a consensus three-star prospect from Christian Brothers High School in Memphis, Tenn., in the Class of 2012.