SC DB Talks About FSU Visit
When asked if he made a commitment during the visit, Robinson responded, "No, I did not make a commitment."
Robinson was impressed with the close relationship between the coaches and the players. "I like it how I got along with the players. I liked how well the players and the coaches got along."
How did the Northwestern star cornerback rate the visit on a scale of one to 10? "I would give it an eight," stated Robinson.
The Tigers will get their chance to impress Robinson next weekend. "Yes, I'm still going to take my other visits. I am going to Clemson next weekend. I'm looking forward to it."
Robinson said his parents like the visit. "They seemed to really enjoy it. They really don't mind that it is so far from home."
The Florida State coaches also had some encouraging words for the top cornerback prospect.
"They said I would have an opportunity to come in and play. They said it was up to me," said Robinson. "They will need one starting cornerback next season. Cromartie will be one of the cornerbacks and the other spot will be open."
Robinson was hosted by Florence, SC native Lawrence Timmons.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding cornerback from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.
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