Buffalo Lands McKinley Receiver

Buffalo continues to add quality players from Ohio, and after landing Lexington quarterback Collin Michael earlier this week, they received a commitment from Canton McKinley wide receiver Malcolm Robinson Saturday. As one of the top receivers in Northeast Ohio, Robinson figures to be a great addition to the Buffalo program.

Canton McKinley wide receiver Malcolm Robinson committed to Buffalo Saturday afternoon, following an unofficial visit to the school.

Robinson is the second Ohio prospect to commit to the school this week, following the earlier decision of Lexington quarterback Collin Michael.

"I just committed to Buffalo," Robinson stated Saturday. "Buffalo was the right place for me because of the atmosphere surrounding the program. The coaching staff is great, and they made me feel like family. I'm very excited to be a part of what they're building at Buffalo."

"The campus was beautiful and I loved the city," he added. "The academic reputation of Buffalo is very impressive, and they have everything in place for me to succeed. I don't know Collin Michael at all, but I'm looking forward to meeting him and being his teammate next year."

Robinson, 6-foot-2, 190-pounds, chose Buffalo over Ball State, Bowling Green and Toledo.

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