Bevon "Rockin" Robin, one of the most prolific scorers in Fordham University basketball history, is a 2001 Fordham College graduate. The first Ram to lead the team in scoring for four straight years, Robin graduated with 1,793 career points, second only to all-time leading scorer and Fordham Hall of Famer, Ed Conlin.
Robin made waves beginning in his freshman year when he was named the 1998 Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year as well as to the A-10 All-Rookie team after scoring 495 points, shattering the school freshman scoring record of 371 points. He was also named All-Metropolitan as a freshman.
As a sophomore, Robin was named Second Team All-Atlantic 10 while earning Third Team honors as a junior in 2000. He also earned All-Metropolitan honors as both a sophomore (First Team) and a junior (Second Team).
A three-year team captain, Robin closed out his Fordham career in 2001 by receiving the Vincent T. Lombardi Award as the school's top male student-athlete.
Robin sits in the top five all-time on Fordham's career three-pointers (second), free throws and free throw percentage (third), assists (third) and field goals (fifth) lists.
Following graduation, Robin played professionally in Greece.