Robenson Therezie is one of Dade County's top defensive backs for the 2011 recrutiting class. At 5'10" 190 pounds Therezie can play both corner and safety on the next level. He has good speed at corner to cover his man, and as a safety he brings some pop as he comes up and hits very well. His ability to tackle is one reason why schools want him as a safety, but Robenson has showed he has enough speed and flexibility in his hips to be a physical corner in college.
Therezie grew up a fan of Florida State and he says they are recruiting him at this time.
"I liked FSU growing up," Therezie said. "They are recruiting me and I have a lot of interest in them. I plan on going up in the summer to go visit them."
FSU has been by Jackson several times to visit Robenson as he is a top target for them in this class. While the Seminoles have a lot of defensive backs committed at this time Therezie is a recruit most feel the coaches will make room for.
Other than FSU the schools that have offered are Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas Tech, UCF, Kentucky with Florida, Georgia and a slew of others showing interest.
Therezie has said numerous times that the school which offers the perfect combination of academics and playing time will be his choice.
FSU is very much in the thick of things for Robenson with a slew of others. Don't look for the talented defensive back to make a decision any time soon.
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