Atlanta United selected Miles Robinson with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft, making him the first SuperDraft pick in club history. He did not feature in league play in 2017, but Robinson made his club debut in the U.S. Open Cup against Charleston Battery. Robinson made his MLS debut on April 7, 2018 and went on to make 10 appearances and three starts in 2018. Part of the 2017 Generation Adidas class, Robinson was a two-year starter for Syracuse University where he was named the 2016 Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year. While at Syracuse, Robinson scored eight goals in two years and picked up honors for ACC All-Freshman Team, ACC All-Tournament Team and All-ACC First Team.
2018 (Atlanta United): Made his MLS debut on Apr. 7 in 5-0 win against LAFC. Finished the regular season with 10 appearances, including three starts along the Atlanta United back line. Played 272 total minutes, committing only two fouls. MLS Cup Playoffs: Started the second leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals and helped Atlanta United win 3-1 vs. NYCFC to advance. US Open Cup: Started and played the full 90 minutes for Atlanta against Charleston Battery (June 6) and Chicago Fire (June 20). USL: Gained valuable playing time and experience in ATL UTD 2’s inaugural season. He started and played 13 matches, logging over 1,000 minutes of playing time. Scored a game-tying goal on Oct. 6 against the Tampa Bay Rowdies.
2017 (Atlanta United): Did not feature for Atlanta in league play but appeared six times and made five starts with USL-affiliate Charleston Battery where he scored one goal. US Open Cup: Started for Atlanta against Charleston Battery on June 14.
2016 (Syracuse): Robinson started and played in 17 matches, scoring four goals and registering one assist. He was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, along with an All-ACC First Team selection. Robinson was fifth on the team in points (9) and tied for third in goals (4). He helped the Orange record 11 shutouts. Robinson recorded two goals in the double overtime victory against St. John’s (Sept. 4) for the first multiple-goal game of his career. Syracuse reached the Third Round of the NCAA Tournament.
2015 (Syracuse): Robinson played in 25 matches during his freshman season, starting all of them, and led Syracuse to the Semifinals of the 2015 NCAA College Cup. He earned ACC All-Freshman Team honors and was named to the ACC All-Tournament Team. Robinson and the Syracuse defense posted nine shutouts. He was tied for third on the team in goals (4). Three of his goals came off headers, including his goal against Seattle in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. Robinson posted his first career goal against Wake Forest (Sept. 19), and he scored again in the next match against Binghamton (Sept. 22).
YOUTH: A native of Arlington, Mass., Robinson played youth soccer with FC Bolts Celtic where he was a four-year starting center back. Robinson was named to the U-15 and U-16 All-Eastern Conference Starting XI and was dubbed team captain his senior year.
INTERNATIONAL: Robinson represented the U.S. Youth National Team at the U-20 level in 2016, earning eight appearances, all starts. He started all three games in the U-20’s run to win the 2016 NTC Invitational title against Costa Rica (June 29), Panama (July 1) and Japan (July 3) held in Carson, Calif. Robinson also started in two matches in the 2016 Four Nations Tournament in Manchester, England against Netherlands (Oct. 7) and England (Oct. 10).