CB Jamie Robinson
6-1, 175, 4.45
Northwestern High School
Rock Hill, South Carolina
Northwestern standout Jamie Robinson spent the holidays recovering from the removal of his wisdom teeth. The next few weeks will help the Shrine Bowl defender decide among his three favorites as he takes his official visits.
The holidays have not been filled with food and parties for the blue-chip cornerback. "I got my wisdom teeth pulled. I've just been resting pretty much since then," Robinson told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
Robinson continues to look at three favorites with just over a month until signing day. "Yeah, I'm down to three. It's Florida State, Virginia Tech and Clemson."
All three ACC powers have some similarities according to the Northwestern High standout. "I like the coaching staffs for all three. They all have nice people. I just want to be around the players to see what I like."
At the same time, with the commitment list growing for each of his top schools, Robinson is paying close attention to how each class is filling up. "I'm watching that a little bit," stated Robinson. "It never hurts."
The Virginia Tech coaching staff will make a hard push for Robinson this upcoming week. "I'm expecting Coach Beamer or Coach Ward from Virginia Tech to come see me this week. I think they are coming on Thursday," said Robinson.
Robinson, who said that he will wait until after all three of his official visits are complete before making a decision, will look to his family for help when the time comes. "My parents will help me make my decision. They will definitely play an important role," stated the prize recruit.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive back from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.
Jamie Robinson Eyes Upcoming Visits
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