If he had to choose who offered next, it would be one of three schools.
"I really like Georgia, South Carolina, and Georgia Tech. I always wanted to go to South Carolina when in high school, but I am liking Georgia a lot right now. My cousin Ryan Stewart played for Georgia Tech, so I have heard a lot about them too. Those would be my top three schools."
The 6-foot-2, 215 pound running back out of Milledgeville (GA) Georgia Military College talks about his top three.
Georgia: "As soon as I got to GMC, I really started to like Georgia. They have good history at running back, they don't have backs with my size, and I think I have a good chance to play there."
Georgia Tech: "I like the option offense they run. We used to run it in high school and I think I could do well in it."
South Carolina: "This has been the school I have liked the longest. It is close to my home and I had some family member go there. Everyone in my family really likes South Carolina."
Robinson is not close to making a decision right now. He is waiting to see who all offers and working hard to be the best he can be.
"I had 785 all-purpose yards last season, but I want to do better than that this year," he said. "I feel like I have good size, good speed, and good power at running back. I am hard to tackle and I think I can have some big games this season."
Robinson said he plans to graduate GMC in December and enroll at the school he chooses in January 2012.