Robinson recaps road trip

Four-star defensive end Janarius Robinson is doing some traveling this summer. The 2016 Panama City (Fla.) Bay standout just visited South Carolina, Clemson, and Tennessee.

Janarius Robinson took a road trip that started with South Carolina. He participated in the Gamecocks camp and enjoyed working with the coaches.

"It was a really good time, it was fun. They weren't going all hard and stuff like that, it was mostly fundamental drills," he said.

"I met with coach (Deke) Adams, the defensive ends coach, and I went and saw (head) coach (Steve) Spurrier. I looked at the stadium and the coaches offices and stuff."

The 6-foot-5, 225-pound junior enjoyed talking with the coaches and said he got a good vibe from the staff. "(They said) that they really liked me and they want me to come to their school," he said.

The next stop was Clemson. Robinson said the coaches had a similar message to him – they like him and they want him.

"I really like (defensive ends) coach (Marion) Hobby, he's real cool," he said.

He was especially impressed with one part of the facilities.

"I like the game room, the players' game room. They can chill there," he said.

Tennessee was the last stop on this trip. The Volunteers were the first to offer Robinson and he really enjoyed his first visit to campus.

"Tennessee, it was great, I love Tennessee," he said.

"I really liked working out with (defensive ends) coach (Steve Stripling). He was a neat dude. He was pretty nice."

Robinson was so impressed with Tennessee, he'll be bringing his mom back for a visit this Thursday.

"The facilities (caught my eye), they have very nice facilities," he said.

The Sunshine State standout will also visit Michigan this Friday.

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