"I haven't had a lot of contact with (recruiting coordinator) Coach (Charles) Kelly this summer," Robinson said. "But we've had about the same relationship as we did before the summer started."
The lack of communication didn't stop Ezra Robinson from making a weekend visit to Atlanta to spend time with family, and Georgia Tech was still on his mind. While he didn't venture onto campus, and didn't attend any camps at Tech this summer, Robinson is still highly considering the Yellow Jackets.
"They're pretty high on the list," Robinson said. "It's in a really great city and there's always lots to do."
In the conversations he has had with Kelly this summer, Robinson has been told that the coaches are still looking at him at cornerback, but Robinson said he'd be willing to be flexible and play safety if the coaches wanted to see him there instead. The product of Booker High School emphasized that he is not done with his recruiting process and will consider every interested school before making a final decision.
"I'll probably make my final decision right before the playoffs," Robinson said, referring to his hopes to make the postseason in his senior year. "Probably late-November or early-December."
Robinson has double-digit offers from ACC and Big Ten schools.
Until then, Robinson will be focused on being a great teammate in his final year at Booker High, saying that it would be truly gratifying to see his school's growing football program make the playoffs before he moves on to the next level. Based on his comments, there's still a chance that Robinson will play for Georgia Tech.