TCC’s Hugh Robertson Commits to the Bulls

February 12, 2010

Jim Lighthall over at 1010AM this morning has reported that 6’5 Guard Hugh Robertson has committed to Stan Heath and the Bulls yesterday. Robertson is averaging 12.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 2 assists a game for the Eagles this season. Robertson has shot the ball extremely well this year, averaging 50% from the field and 41% from three.

Robertson is ranked 93rd on’s Top 150 recruits this season. Not much else is available online, but we do have this from his profile at TCC:

Has improved steadily since arriving at TCC…loves to put the ball on the floor and penetrate…very athletic player…much-improved on the perimeter…one of the most exciting players on the roster…has high-major talent…can do a little bit of everything on the floor…handles the ball well…solid rebounder…defends well and can be a shot blocker…plays above the rim…basketball IQ increases each day.

Having a Mercer like wing in this class was a huge need for Coach Heath, and it looks like we got one in Robertson. His shooting percentage is a huge plus, and if it can translate over here in Tampa, it looks like be a viable option for the next two seasons. With the Robertson commit, the Bulls have two scholarships left for the spring signing period.


3 Responses to “TCC’s Hugh Robertson Commits to the Bulls”

  1. Velcro Says:

    This it first I have heard of this kid… is this signing out of no where? or was it a long time in the making.

    I see very little info on this kid whatsoever on any recruiting sites. Do you think these comments are standard “coach speak” about one of his players? or is this kid a diamond in the rough?

  2. astrobull Says:

    The only other thing I see from Robertson is from a Georgia Hoops blog his senior year of high school. They were extremely surprised on Robertson’s play, but it seems like grades were an issue. His stats do look great, so I’m hoping he will jump into the rotation next season.

  3. Voodoo 5 Says:

    The high shooting percentage would really come in handy. If Heath continues going small next year, Robertson would figure to get some wide-open looks from beyond the arc off drive-and-kick plays. Having a three-point sharpshooter would really take the team to another level. Imagine where we’d be if the team was shooting better than 29.8% from three.

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