Offers come in for Robinson

Four-star wing Devin Robinson has exploded over the last year and offers continue to roll in.

Wing Devin Robinson is someone with a world of potential. The 6-foot-6 and 175 pound small forward from Christchurch (Va.) School has seen his stock soar in the last year. Now according to AAU coach Tony Squires the offers are coming in.

As a junior so far things are going well for Robinson. He stepped in with a talented team, and made an impact.

"He's been having a great year," said Squires. "I think he came to a team that had a lot of veteran players that had already been there for a couple of years, and he came in humble even though his name blew up over the summer. He just wanted to be a great team player and wanted to do everything he could to help the team."

Currently Robinson has some big time offers, but it hasn't always been this way. That is why Robinson continues to work hard on his game.

"He is long, lean, active, can put it on the floor, he has a great looking shot," explained Squires. "Also he can put it on the floor and get by you, but when he gets near the basket he can turn it into a highlight reel with dunks and everything. He has just come so far because last year at this time when I first met Devin he didn't even have a letter from schools, let alone offers."

Recruiting wise numerous schools have been very active and have extended scholarship offers.

"Now he has Connecticut, Georgetown, Rutgers, Auburn, Virginia Tech, Miami, VCU, George Mason, and the other schools who are coming in pretty hard also," noted Squires.

Recently Robinson made a visit to Virginia Tech and came away impressed. Overall while the four-star prospect isn't close to a decision, both he and his family know what will be important to them when looking for a school.

"Devin comes from a really good family they are a tight knit group," explained Squires. "They are very supportive and it is going to be about the fit. They know wherever he goes he is going to get a great education, the part now that he is looking for is the fit. He likes to get up and down, a school where he can create from shooting and taking it to the rack, so style will be important."

Currently Robinson checks in as the No. 94 player in the country.


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