Robinson Takes First Visit

With wrestling season over, Harrisburg native Adrian Robinson had the chance to take his first unofficial visit of the year to Morgantown last weekend. Right now many schools are showing interest in the tweener, but a few have stuck out in terms of activity.

Adrian Robinson was on campus at West Virginia this Saturday taking in his first unofficial visit and also states that Pittsburgh and Michigan have been in heavy contact over the past few weeks. This 6-foot-2.5, 225-pound athlete has continued to work hard in the classroom and hopes that it pays off soon with scholarship offers.

"I've still be working really hard in the classroom and my grades are very good right now," Robinson explained. "I'm taking the SAT here in May, so at that point I'll have a better idea where I stand."

"My trip to Morgantown went well," Robinson said. "We got a tour of the campus with one of the recruiting coordinators and the atmosphere there was what really caught my attention. The camaraderie among the team was very obvious and all of the facilities were very impressive. A couple things that stood out were the coaches' area, the field and the weight room. I believe Head Coach (Rich) Rodriguez will be coming to my school to talk with Coach Chaump this week."

"Michigan just sent me an invitation to come up and visit the campus and also told me I could come to a game this fall," Robinson explained. "I'm planning on going there very soon, but I don't know much about Michigan, because I didn't grow up a fan of them or anything. Obviously they have a very good program though."

"Then there is Pittsburgh, of course. I have been (communicating) with Coach Brian Angelichio a lot and have started to develop a good relationship with him. I like Pittsburgh a lot and will definitely visit them as well."

As a junior, Robinson registered 14 sacks, five forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries on his way to earning first team Class AAAA Associated Press All-State honors. He is also an excellent wrestler, posting a 22-10 record in his first year as a sophomore and a 33-3 clip as a senior. He will be participating in the Scout.com Combine in Pittsburgh this May.

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