Redshirt Freshman, 6'3", 198 lbs.
How He Came to USF: Robles went to Vanguard High School in Ocala, where he was a teammate of Elkanah Dillon. In his senior year, Robles threw for 21 touchdowns and 2119 yards as the team went 5-5. He got some offers from D-III colleges, but took a preferred walk-on spot at USF instead.
Recruiting Rankings: None of the major recruiting services rated Robles.
Projected Playing Time: Robles is not about to challenge for the starting spot this fall, but he might take a few snaps here and there. It is really hard to evaluate true freshman Brett Kean, but from what I've seen in practice, he probably has the edge on Robles if a third-string quarterback were needed this fall.
Robles has four years to play, so he will presumably still be on the team when Bench, Woulard and Flowers are gone (unless Flowers redshirts at some point). By then, there is no telling what state the team will be in; the 2018 depth chart could even read "Brett Kean OR Adam Robles"!
Fun Fact: In 2012, Robles threw for six touchdowns in a game against Forest High School, which broke Daunte Culpepper's Vanguard High School record for most touchdowns thrown in one game. Culpepper was at the game to witness it, as his 1994 team was being honored that night.
Highlights: You can see Robles in the throwing contest filmed by Collin last week at practice, but you probably won't learn much about his skills. So, here he is making some nice passes in a 53-20 win to start his senior year. Elkanah Dillon is #1 on the team.