Aaron Robinson did not waste any time committing to Florida, pledging to Jim McElwain hours after picking up the offer last summer. Fast forward to January and less than a month away from National Signing Day, Robinson continues to see his stock rise with Alabama becoming the latest school to offer the three-star playmaker from Deerfield Beach (Fla.).
"It's exciting," he said, "but other than that I'm just trying to stay focus myself on what I got going on, not really trying to out myself with Florida.
"I took the offer into consideration, but pretty much solid to Florida," he added.
The 6-foot-1, 185 pounder continues to see the Gators as the team to beat.
"[I like] Everything: the coaching staff, the players, the atmosphere, everything. It's where I want to be," Robinson said. "[Wide receivers] Coach [Kerry] Dixon and [defensive back] coach [Kirk] Callahan have been recruiting me, and I've definitely built a good relationship with them. Then coach McElwain, we speak a lot so we have a tight relationship."
Robinson told Scout on Thursday night, he hopes to visit both Alabama and Tennessee.
"They [Alabama and Tennessee] have been telling me, I can come in and make an impact. They watch my film and told they haven't seen this in a DB in a while, and I can definitely make an impact a a true freshman. Also saying come in and enjoy the football, the facilities and the game day atmosphere."
Robinson is taking everything into consideration as he prepares to make things official and sign with a program.
"All focus with me and Florida," he said. "All these schools telling me the same thing, it's pretty exciting but as a signing day gets closer and closer it gets a little frustrating as I try to decide whats best for me."