New Leader for Alabama Receiver

<b>Jay Robinson</b> is a very talented wide receiver from Wetumpka High School that has picked up one offer already. He has updated his favorites and included a new leader.

Jay Robinson currently holds one offer from MTSU, and he has been busy attending several summer camps.

"I have been to the camp at Middle Tennessee State, Alabama, Southern Miss, Vanderbilt, and Georgia Tech," said Robinson.

Robinson received his offer after attending the camp at Middle Tennessee State. Robinson also enjoyed his other camp visits.

Alabama: "I went to Alabama for a day camp. The coaches asked me to come down. I was able to work with the wide receivers coach. It is a place where you feel at home. They went over all the fundamentals. The coaches told me they were still going to recruit me hard, and they would call me as soon as they are able to."

Southern Miss: "I went to the Southern Miss camp about two weeks ago. There was a lot of competition. I was able to work with the wide receivers coach, personally. They have a great coaching staff. They took time with you to help you out. They pushed you very hard."

Vanderbilt: "I went to Vanderbilt's camp about a month ago. There were more people at Vanderbilt's camp then any of the other camps I went to. It was a hard camp. They pushed you and expected 100% every time. Every time you ran a route, they wanted it to be precise. Coach Fisher has taken a personal interest in me and has been writing me hand written letters. The head coach told me he really enjoyed my highlightfilm. I really had a great time."

Georgia Tech: "Georgia Tech was the longest camp I attended. There were a lot of 1v1 and 7v7 drills. It was fun to go out and compete. I really like Coach Nix. He had come to my school back back in the spring. We had a good time getting to know each other better."

After attending several camps, Robinson has a new leader.

"I am starting to lean towards Georgia Tech. Alabama is still a close second. I also like Florida a lot. I am considering Georgia, Tennessee, and Auburn. Those would all be nice places to play," said Robinson.

Robinson feels other schools are getting close to offering.

"Stanford has told me they want to get my grades and all my transcripts. After they get them they have told me that they are going to offer me."

High School football is about to get started and Robinson is ready to make a big impact for his team.

"We begin practice August 2. We are not going anywhere. We are going to be practicing at the school. Our first game is against Prattville at Prattville," said Robinson. Top Stories