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Long Beach Poly’s Robinson brothers, and younger sibling, moving to Santa Margarita

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Get ready to meet the Robinson brothers of Santa Margarita.

Long Beach Poly brothers Jason and Jadyn Robinson, both standout wide receivers, and their younger brother Skylar have enrolled at Santa Margarita, the players announced Monday on social media.

Jason, a 5-foot-11, 160-pound senior who committed to Washington last month, confirmed that he has enrolled at the Trinity League school.

Last season, he had 46 receptions for 671 yards and five TDs to help the Jackrabbits reach the CIF-SS Division 1 quarterfinals.

Jadyn is a 5-foot-8, 130-pound junior wide receiver who recently impressed at the Elite 11 Finals. He had 48 catches last season for 574 yards and nine TDs.

Skylar is an incoming freshman wide receiver/defensive back in the class of 2027.

Jadyn’s social media post stated that the brothers’ enrollment at Santa Margarita was influenced, in part, to “complications with my little brother and LBUSD (Long Beach Unified School District).”

“Once a Jackrabbit always a Jackrabbit”. Same Goal. pic.twitter.com/rQjsGOsb8n

— JADYN ROBINSON (@jadynThaTruth) July 3, 2023

The news arrives two days after Santa Margarita won its pool at the Battle at the Beach passing tournament before falling to St. John Bosco 25-15 in the quarterfinals.

New Santa Margarita quarterback James Johnson, a transfer from Servite, looked improved Saturday as the threw to wide receivers such as sophomore Trent Mosley and junior Sean Embree.

Santa Margarita finished 5-5 last season, losing to JSerra in the first round of the Division 1 playoffs.

Please send football news to Dan Albano at dalbano@scng.com or @ocvarsityguy on Twitter



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