Justin was a 4 year starter at Kingston High School. J Rob led the Tigers to the 2013 Section 9 Class AA and Division Championships behind a 19-3 record. His height is his power. His dominating mind-frame and relentless training methods allowed him to tally 17 points, 8 assist, 4 steals, and 3 rebounds a game his senior year. He also gained countless accolades along the way. Being named section Tournament MVP, section Player of the Year and County Player of the Year, Daily Freeman Player of the Year are just a few in a long list of many. After not being heavily recruited because of his small stature, Justin Robinson leveled up and committed to play at Monmouth University in New Jersey where his dominance continued.
J Rob’s determination to prove people wrong made for some of the best basketball the school has ever seen. In his 4 years at Monmouth he shot over 40% from the field, helping his team to knock off big names like number 17 ranked Notre Dame, UCLA, USC, Georgetown, and the list went on and on. In his final two seasons Justin tallied 19 points, 4 assists, and 3 rebounds a game. He was named 1st team all league 3 years in a row, back to back MAAC Player Of The Year awards, winner of the Lou Henson Award for top Mid Major player in the country, and racked up 2000 total career points putting him in an elite class of players in the history of D1 College Basketball. He also accumulated quite a few more awards during his college years, but we don’t have room to acknowledge them all.
His climb didn’t stop at Monmouth. Upon graduating in 2017, Justin worked his way onto the Miami Heat summer league team where he averaged 9 points, 2 assists, and 2 rebounds a game in 10 games played. He eventually signed with Russian club Avtodor Saratov averaging 12 points, and 7 assists a game. J Rob then signed on to play for French club Elan Chalon where he averaged 15 points and a league leading 8 assists per game. He’s currently playing with Italian team Victoria Libertas and making an immediate impact as usual averaging 13 points and 4 assist a game. So maybe he’s more than a giant slayer, we see Justin Robinson as a full fledged Giant.