The t-shirt matched his kicks. Yellow top and black and yellow Nikes, which caught the attention of, yes, you know who — Goofy.
Goofy dug the shoes and Robinson forgot about looking fly when Goofy congratulated him for being Mr. Irrelevant. Who better to do that than Goofy?
It worked as the inner kid in the 23-year-old Robinson came out, allowing him to forget about making the Detroit Lions for a moment and cherish an opportunity that he said he never had growing up in Huntsville, Ala., where he was surrounded by trouble in the projects.
"I'm just thankful I wasn't one of those guys that ended up locked up, shot, or dead," said Robinson, whose nickname Bino stands for "Best Is Number One." "I'm just happy and thankful to be at where I'm at today. I'm just taking advantage of each day because you never know when it's your last."
That positive attitude is why practically everyone around Robinson at Disneyland loved his charming smile. They wanted a piece of the defensive back with cameramen, reporters, a screenwriter, and attractive college interns following him around while a couple of Disneyland employees escorted Robinson around VIP style.
The 255th pick said he finally felt like the No. 1 pick.
Kids left their places in hour-long lines, dragging their parents, just to meet Robinson, high-five him, and get his autograph.
"Hi, who are you?" asked Caycee Morgan, an 11-year-old from Orange, curious to see if Robinson was really famous.
Someone in the throng of theme-park goers thought Robinson was Terrell Owens, the controversial wide receiver with the Dallas Cowboys.
"No way!" said an old man. "He's not T.O., because T.O. would be complaining right now, even at Disneyland."