2012 (Redshirt Senior):
|95 Bevans Robbs
Started all 11 games along the defensive front - one of six players to do so including three defensive linemen ... Finished with 20 total tackles including five solo stops and 3.5 tackles for loss ... Recorded three quarterback hurries along with a pair of tackles against Mars Hill in the season opener ... Posted a career-high five tackles including one for loss against the triple-option of The Citadel ... Tallied his first career quarterback sack at Elon ... Named to the 2012 Southern Conference Fall Academic All-Conference team
2011 (Redshirt Junior): Played in seven of WCU's 11 games on the season, all as a reserve along the defensive front ... Missed four games on the season, two due to a nagging ankle injury and two late in the season because of a shoulder injury ... Finished with three tackles on the year ... Credited with two quarterback hurries ... Named to WCU's Dean's List.
2010 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in all 11 games as a substitution along the defensive front line ... Recorded 10 tackles including two solo stops with two tackles for loss ... Credited with one quarterback hurry ... Tallied a season-best three tackles against Georgia Southern.
2009 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 11 games, coming off the bench as a defensive substitution along the front line ... Finished with seven tackles on the season including two solo stops and five assisted hits ... Had a then career-best game at Samford, finishing with four tackles with half a tackle for loss ... Recorded a pass breakup at Chattanooga, batting a pass attempt down at the line of scrimmage.
2008 (Freshman): Redshirted.
High School: Played tight end his senior year at Palm Beach Central HS in Wellington, Fla., for head coach John Timmins ... As a prep, mostly played basketball, joining the gridiron squad in his final year ... Blocked a fourth quarter punt and recovered it for a safety in a game against Glades Central ... On the court, was named coaches' Player of the Year.
Personal: Is the son of Bevans and Colleen Robbs ... Has two younger siblings: Christina and Malcolm ... Born in Atlanta, Ga., he is the first person from his family to play collegiate sports.