2012: NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll for spring semester. Played all ten games, starting four. Finished second on team with 31 receptions and 437 yards, sharing the team lead with seven touchdown receptions. Averaged 14.1 yards per catch and was second on the team in scoring with 44 points, adding a two-point conversion reception to his touchdown haul. Ranked 20th among NE-10 leaders for receptions, 18th for receiving yards, sixth in yards per catch and fifth for receiving touchdowns. Played all eight NE-10 games and posted 22 receptions for 366 yards (16.6/rec) and six touchdowns. Caught 24 passes for 312 yards (13.0/rec) and five touchdowns in six home games. Made his first collegiate start in season-opener against #25 Bloomsburg (8/31) and posted six receptions for 52 yards and a touchdown. Caught four passes for 77 yards and career-high two touchdowns in win at Saint Anselm (9/14). Registered four receptions for 59 yards and a career-high matching two touchdowns in win over Assumption (9/22). Posted a career-high seven receptions for a career-best 147 yards and career-high matching two touchdowns in nationally-televised matchup with #3 New Haven (10/18), adding a two point conversion catch as well.
2011: Appeared in nine games. Caught two passes for 43 yards and a touchdown. Averaged 21.5 yards per reception and also posted a 15 yard punt return to total 58 all-purpose yards for the season. Made his collegiate debut at Pace (9/10). Had two receptions for a season-high 43 yards and a touchdown at Merrimack (10/22).
High School: 2011 graduate of Attleboro High School. Three year letterwinner for coach Kevin Deschenes, serving as captain his senior season. Played quarterback and cornerback. Earned multiple Sun Chronicle and Boston Globe All-Scholastic honors. Participated in Massachusetts Shrine Bowl. Named team MVP his senior year, Defensive MVP as a junior. Also lettered in track & field and basketball, playing AAU basketball with Mass Premier.
Personal: Born November 26, 1992, in Attleboro, Mass. Son of Janita and Scott Robitaille of Attleboro. Has two sisters, Keshia (26) and Briana (18). Briana is a member of the track & field team at the University of Rhode Island. Majoring in communication. Lists beating high school rival Foxboro High School with no time left on the clock on a slant pass for touchdown as his greatest sports moment to date. Lists DeSean Jackson as a favorite athlete.