Robinson has offers, wants more

R.J. Robinson passes the eye test immediately and some schools have already offered him a scholarship. Now he wants more.

"Mississippi State, Louisiana Tech, and Tennessee are the schools I have offers from right now," said R.J. Robinson. "South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and some others are showing some interest too. A lot of coaches have stopped by, so I am ready for more offers to come."

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.

Chad Simmons started out with Scout in 2003 covering top talent in Georgia and other areas in the South. He then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become Southeast Recruiting Manager.
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