Do Noles Still Lead for Miami DB?

Pat Robinson saw his senior season come to an end on Friday night against Chaminade. He had an excellent year.

"I really didn't see many decent receivers this year," Robinson said. "The two best guys I faced all year were numbers 1 and 19 at Chaminade."

Robinson, 5-11 and 180 pounds, finished the season with five interceptions. He's now turning his attention to track season. In the meantime, he has the recruiting process to deal with.

"It's starting to heat up some," he said. "I've narrowed my list down to Miami, Florida State, and Florida. I'm gonna stay in state. FSU and Florida have already offered but Miami hasn't."

Robinson spoke about each of his finalists, starting with Florida State.

"They're a great program," he said. "I grew up on them and they've recruited some cornerbacks from down here the last couple years. Miami is right here close to home and they put guys into the league. Florida, the coaches are doing a good job and I've been trying to check them out for awhile now."

Robinson, who says he didn't watch the Miami/Ga Tech game on Saturday, was asked about a favorite in the case of having offers from all three.

"FSU's probably got the edge right now," he said. "If Miami offered, that might change but I'm really looking hard at FSU right now."


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