Notre Dame WR Corey Robinson sings national anthem at NBA game


Mike Vorel
South Bend Tribune

A comprehensive list of Corey Robinson's skills would be too long to fit on the Internet.

Of course, we know that Notre Dame's senior wide receiver has caught 65 passes in his three-year Irish career. Growing up, he played football, basketball, tennis and soccer. He plays between eight and 10 musical instruments, depending on whether you bunch a variety of flutes under one umbrella.

On April 1st, he also began his term as student body president, becoming the first Irish football player to accomplish such a feat.

If all that wasn't enough, Corey Robinson can also sing.

On Sunday, Robinson performed the national anthem prior to the Milwaukee Bucks' home game against the Chicago Bulls. Notre Dame teammates Romeo Okwara and Scott Daly attended the game as well.

Check out the video of Robinson's performance below.

Last night @DavidtheAdmiral's son @CoreyRobinson13 performed a beautiful rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner

— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) April 4, 2016

How would you grade the president's rendition?

Go @Bucks !!

— Romeo Okwara (@RomeoND45) April 3, 2016

Great meeting a fellow Irish fan @dougmcd3 !! Congrats on the victory tonight!

— Romeo Okwara (@RomeoND45) April 4, 2016

Great meeting @dougmcd3 tonight in Milwaukee. Best of luck the rest of the year my man and see you at Texas!

— Scott Daly (@sdaly61) April 4, 2016

Notre Dame’s Corey Robinson during Notre Dame spring football practice on Wednesday, March 16, 2016, inside the Loftus Sports Center at Notre Dame in South Bend. (Tribune Photo/ROBERT FRANKLIN)