Erik Robertson
Erik Robertson

Player Profile
Apple Valley

High School:
Apple Valley

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 315

Offensive Line




Oct. 7 Feature Story

Selected to play in the Texas vs. The Nation Senior All-Star Game in El Paso.

2006: Honorable mention all-league selection after starting all 13 games despite battling various injuries ... honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honoree ... selected as the team's most valuable offensive lineman ... wrapped up the regular season with 22 pancakes and 36 knockdowns ... registered 5.5 pancakes against Minnesota and 5.5 knockdowns against Washington State ... recorded six knockdowns against UCLA.

2005: Honorable mention Pac-10 all-academic selection ... started 10 of the 11 games at left guard, sitting out only the Stanford game ... tallied 29 knockdown blocks over the course of the season in addition to 10.4 pancake blocks ... his knockdown block total trailed only NFL draft picks and first-team All-Pac 10 choices Ryan O'Callaghan and Marvin Philip.

2004: A solid reserve at left guard who started vs. Arizona State when Jonathan Giesel suffered an ankle sprain ... finished with 3.5 pancake blocks and a pair of knockdowns against the Sun Devils ... honorable mention Pac-10 all-academic team.

2003: Saw action in Cal's game at Utah.

2002: Redshirt.

High School: Named by the Los Angeles Times as a first team All-Desert/Mountain Region as an offensive lineman ... also earned all-league as both an offensive and defensive lineman in 2001 ... named San Bernardino all-county selection for offensive-line play ... a two-time, all-league wrestler and also earned all-league in the shot put ... qualified for the CIF tournament in wresting and the CIF finals in the shot.

Personal: Enjoys playing the bass guitar and lists jiu jitsu as an off-field interest ... the youngest of five siblings ... parents are Barry and Terrie Robertson ... born Oct. 4, 1984 ... earned his degree in Scandinavian studies in December 2006 ... dedicating his senior season to his late brother, Shane.