Robinson now in a hurry

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Demarcus Robinson has a very big decision to make and it has to be made within the next 48 hours. Get the latest here.

Demarcus Robinson was originally committed to Clemson. He then flipped to Florida, but that only lasted a short time. He then went back to Clemson.

Some felt he may have been done at that time, but that is not the case.

"I am still looking at Clemson and Florida, but I have to include Notre Dame in there too now," Robinson told Scout as soon as the U.S. Army All-American game came to an end.

No surprise there with the Tigers and Gators, but the Irish may surprise some.

"I have remained in contact with them all the way through the process, I have visited them, and I am still thinking about them. They are playing for the National Championship, they have a great class, and I have been in contact with some of their commitments out here in Texas this week. I have to put them in the group."

The group with not be three for much longer.

Robinson has graduated high school and he has to enroll at the school of his choice next week. He knows he has to make up his mind in the near future.

"I am going to think about things on the plane ride home, then talk it over Sunday night, and I will make by mind up for sure before Tuesday.

"I like all three schools and I know a lot about each one, so I will talk to their coaches, then figure it out."

Expect the coaches from Clemson, Florida, and Notre Dame to be in touch with this four-star wideout as much as possible over the next 36-48 hours.

He will hear what they have to say while listening to his family too.

"My family are the ones helping me with this. It will be my decision, but my mom, and my uncle (Marcus Robinson played for South Carolina and then in the NFL with the Chicago Bears) are the main ones I talk about recruiting with.

"They are helping me with everything. My mom wants me to get a great education, my uncle talks to me about the different schools, and they all help me."

The 6-foot-2, 195 pound prospect out of Fort Valley (Ga.) Peach County knows he has a tough decision in front of him.

All three schools are in the mix, but leaving San Antonio, he does have the three in order.

"It is going to be tough to pick one school," he admitted. "Right now, Clemson is in the lead by a little bit, then it is Notre Dame, then it is Florida.

"I could go to anyone of those three schools though. All three are on my mind. I will be ready early in the week to make sure right before I start college." Top Stories