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michael kors diaper bag Jovon Robinson is rated the nation's No. 1 junior college running back. (Photo courtesy of 247Sports)Since signing with Auburn in 2012 and failing to qualify academically, running back has taken the junior college football scene by storm. The 5-foot-11, 220-pound back set an all-time national junior college record for rushing yards with a 2,387-yard, 34-touchdown season at Georgia Military College, attracting the attention of many of the nation's top college programs along the way. "He's been a highly impactful player from very early on for us," said Georgia Military College head coach Bert Williams. "We honestly didn't expect him to have the impact he had. We already had a starting running back in Akeem Judd, who signed with Ole Miss, and we figured they would be splitting carries at most." After two explosive performances to start the season, it was clear that Robinson was headed for a starring role. "There's not many guys I can compare him to that I've been around," said Williams. "The best comparison I can think of if Garrison Hearst from my time as a GA at Georgia. I think those two guys have a lot of similarities in terms of their physicality, their balance and their production as runners." While Robinson has shifted his focus to the classroom, where Williams said Robinson has excelled thus far, the recruiting process has begun heating up for the five-star running back. "There has been a lot of interest from a group of schools," Williams said. "I would say there's a lot of mutual interest between Jovon and Alabama. He really likes the way they use their running backs and the production they've had under Nick Saban. I would say there's also been a lot of interest from Georgia, Florida State and TCU, as well as some from Tennessee." While Robinson is not currently focused on the recruiting process, Williams said he expects Robinson to begin focusing more on the process after the semester has ended. "He's mainly focused on trying to get his work done in the classroom so he can finish up in December and enroll in college in January. He is trying to keep the recruiting process limited to the summer and I think he hopes to make a decision before the end of the summer so he can get it out of the way and get his focus back onto finishing things out here at Georgia Military College." Robinson is rated the nation's No. 1 junior college running back by the 247Composite rankings.