Caleb Robinson has wasted little time making an impact at the next level.

A 2016 graduate from Umatilla High School, Robinson was etched permanently into the record books at the University of West Florida on Sept. 3 when he was on the receiving end of the first touchdown pass in school history in the Argonauts’ 45-0 win against Ave Maria University.

For the 2015 Daily Commercial All-Area Offensive Player of the Year, finding his name in the record books was relatively commonplace. As a senior with the Bulldogs, Robinson totalled 1,275 all-purpose yards and scored 12 touchdowns.

As a junior, Robinson had 1,390 yards and 20 touchdowns.

With the Argonauts, a first-year program competing at the NCAA Division II level, Robinson has two catches for 21 yards and one touchdown in West Florida’s first two games — both wins. His longest reception of the two — a touchdown — covered 15 yards.

“I really liked the Pensacola area when I was at West Florida for a visit,” Robinson said on National Signing Day — Feb. 3 — when signed a national letter of intent with the school. “They are really excited about playing football and I wanted to be part of it. It also seemed like a great place to get an education, which also factored into my decision.”

Next up for Robinson and the Argonauts will be Chowan University on Saturday in Murfreesboro, N.C.

Bryant Benton, running back, Warner University

A 2014 graduate of Leesburg High School, Benton is one of eight players from Lake and Sumter counties on the Warner University roster.

In his first two seasons at Warner, Benton totalled 621 yards rushing. He also caught 38 passes.

So far this year, Benton is off the best start of his college career. He has rushed for 114 yards and one touchdown in Warner’s first two games — a win and a loss.

He gained 52 yards and scored a touchdown in the Royals’ season-opening win, 27-21 against Union College. Benton backed that effort up with a 62 yards on 11 carries on Saturday in a 30-15 loss against Stetson.

Byron Masoline, running back, Warner University

Masoline, a 2013 graduate of the First Academy of Leesburg, has a history of being the definition of electricity.

A junior at Warner University, Masoline has gotten off to a slow start this season with just 35 yards in four carries in the Royals’ win against Union College on Sept. 3.

In his rookie season in 2015 — Masoline did not play in 2014 — he ran for 250 yards for the Royals, including three games with at least 56 yards.

For fans who saw him play at First Academy, Masoline provided glimpses of the magic he displayed as a senior in 2013, when ran for nearly 1,900 yards and scored 23 touchdowns and led the Eagles to the Sunshine State Athletic Conference championship. During that season, Masoline turned in one of the greatest performances in Lake County history when he amassed 462 yards of total offense in a win against Windermere Prep.

Next up for Warner is Southeastern University at 7 p.m. on Saturday in Lakeland.

Jenna Sturgeon, volleyball, King University

A 2016 graduate of Lake Minneola, Sturgeon has already seen significant playing time for the Tornado, an NCAA Division II program in Bristol, Tennessee.

Then again, Sturgeon is used to being on the floor and contributing.

She helped the Hawks win district titles in 2013 and 2014, and was team captain from 2013 until 2015. The 6-foot middle blocker has moved on to the next level without missing a beat.

In six matches, through Monday, Sturgeon has averaged 1.55 kills per set, 0.77 blocks per set, 0.14 digs per set and 0.09 assists per set. She also has compiled a .189 hitting percentage.