Our "Survivor" Is Brainy, Burly and Sexy

Chicago area law student competes on "Survivor: Samoa"

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    One of the many notorious "Survivor" torching ceremonies.

    Law students are known for their wit and strategy. One University of Chicago law student will exercise these skills while competing on the 19th season of “Survivor.”

    Jaison Robinson, 28, will be one of 19 competitors vying for the top prize on the long-running reality show that pits competitors against each other in wilderness settings, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    If past is prelude, Robinson should have a good chance at surviving the competition.

    Yul Kwon, the winner of “Surivor: Cook Islands” in season 13, was also a law student and both Kwon and Robinson attended Harvard and have played water polo.

    We're hoping water polo's done this boy's body good, because with the 13th season taking place in Samoa, Robinson will have plenty of opportunities to show off his swimsuit bod.

    And we’re counting on Robinson to totally ham it up for the cameras. Robinson did stage work at Stanford and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, so we're betting he knows how to steal a show. He was even hailed as “Mr. California” by Cosmopolitan in 2006.

    Brainy, burly and sexy – looks like this guy has the ultimate “Survivor” package.

    Catch Robinson and the rest of the wanna be-“Survivors” on the Sept. 17 premiere.