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.
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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.