Kentucky held its annual spring game, the Blue/White game, on Saturday, April 21 at Commonwealth Stadium.
Has been a part-time starter the last two seasons ... Will continue to battle for playing time because the team's receiving corps returns virtually intact ... Has good hands and is elusive after the catch ... Has been the team's primary punt returner the past two seasons ... Has played in 29 games with 10 starts ... Career totals include 53 catches for 527 yards and two touchdowns.
2013 (Junior): Fourth on the team in receiving with 20 catches for 213 yards and two touchdowns ... Leading punt returner with 11 for 114 yards, including a 33-yard return ... Returned kickoffs as well with five for 128 yards ... Season best five catches vs. WKU for 69 yards and a touchdown ... Had four receptions in three straight games vs. Alabama State, Missouri and Vanderbilt ... Had a four-yard touchdown catch vs. South Carolina. 2012 (Sophomore): Played in all 12 games, starting four ... Caught 28 passes for 297 yards ... Set career highs with seven receptions for 75 yards vs. WKU ... Caught six for 43 yards vs. Mississippi State ... On a trick play against Georgia, he threw a pass to quarterback Jalen Whitlow for a 33-yard gain that set up a touchdown ... Also was the team's punt returner with 18 for 117 yards, an average of 6.5 per return, with a long of 27. 2011 (Freshman): Played in seven games ... Caught five passes for 17 yards ... Had three catches vs. Louisville and two vs. Florida ... Also ran the ball five times on end-arounds and gained a net three yards ... Had a 13-yard run on UK's game-winning touchdown drive vs. Tennessee. High School: Record-setting wideout ... Had a tremendous senior season at Martin Luther King High School in Lithonia, Ga. ... Caught 73 passes for a state-record 1,655 yards and 27 touchdowns ... His state-record yardage total broke the mark set by current Tennessee wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers ... Also returned two kicks for touchdowns, one punt and one kickoff ... Named first-team all-state in the largest classification, Class AAAAA, by the Georgia Sports Writers Association and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution ... Region Offensive Player of the Year and DeKalb County Offensive Player of the Year ... Caught 10 balls for 246 yards and five TDs in a playoff game ... Three-year starter who helped his team to three-consecutive playoff appearances ... One of the nation's top 100 wide receivers by Scout.com ... One of the top 80 prospects in the talent-rich state of Georgia by Rivals.com ... Played in the Georgia North-South All-Star Game following his senior season ... Was one of five players picked "first team" among the game's stars by UGAsports.com ... Coached by Michael Carson and Corey Jarvis ... "Demarco is one of the most explosive wide receivers I've run across," Carson said. "He's a tremendous receiver and elusive. His future is very bright." ... Also participated in track and baseball in high school ... Member of the Social Studies Club. Personal: Born in Newport, R.I. ... Son of Demarco Robinson and Sabrina Botts ... Has a brother, Jaquon, who played football at Troy ... Major is kinesiology. Community Cats: Helped with the Big Blue U Move-In (2011, `12) and the God's Pantry project (2012). Demarco Says ... If I could trade places with any athlete, it would be: DeSean Jackson ... Other than the NFL, my dream job is: jungle explorer ... If I could witness any event, past, present or future, it would be: the crucifixion ... My go-to song to get ready for a game is: Standing Ovation by Young Jeezy ... My hidden talent is: drawing.