Robinson back to Clemson

After being committed to Florida for less than a week, four-star wide receiver Demarcus Robinson has switched his pledge back to Clemson.

WR Demarcus Robinson Profile

Just before noon on Monday, CUTigers learned that Robinson had re-committed to Clemson.

The Peach County [Ga.] prospect first committed to Dabo Swinney's Tigers in July.

Despite his initial commitment, Robinson continued to look at other schools, including Notre Dame and Florida.

Robinson went on to take an official to Notre Dame in November, several days before his official visit to Clemson.

Following his official trip to Clemson, Robinson reaffirmed his pledge to the Tigers. Then, last week, he flipped to Florida. National Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons lists Robinson as the top wide receiver in Georgia's class of 2013.

"Overall, Robinson is a true wide receiver who will be ready to compete for playing time early in his collegiate career," Simmons said. "He is an unselfish player, he has very good hands, he is already a sound route-runner, and he blocks better than a lot of current college receivers.

"His speed can still improve on the football field, but he knows how to get open. He is also tough and can go across the middle."

Robinson will graduate early from Peach County and is slated to enroll in January. Top Stories