Robinson talks Clemson commitment

Four-star wide receiver Demarcus Robinson was the first commitment during Clemson's inaugural All In Cookout.

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The 6-foot-2, 195-pound prospect opted to the pull the trigger while meeting with Clemson coach Dabo Swinney on Friday afternoon.

"It felt like home today. I just decided when I came today," Robinson told CUTigers later that night.

He added, "I was sitting in the office with my mom, in coach Swinney's office. We were just talking. His wife was sitting there. I was just like, ‘Yes sir. I'm all in.'"

Robinson first visited Clemson in June for the second session of Swinney's camp. That trip put Clemson in firm position. Friday's visit reassured his feelings.

"The coaches and the atmosphere -- everybody around here just treats you like a brother or a sister, or a mom or a dad. It just feels like home," he said.

Playing in the Clemson offense is appealing to the No. 14 ranked wide receiver in the country.

"I got to get to know some of their players and learn their offense. I could learn from Sammy Watkins. I could come up just like him, or even better," he said.

Clemson picked up Robinson's commitment over Florida, Georgia, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Tennessee.

He's scheduled to graduate from Peach County High School [Fort Valley, Ga.] in December.

As a junior, Robinson had 52 catches for 1.023 yards with 10 touchdowns and 144 yards rushing. Top Stories