Louisville remains high on Robinson's list

6-foot-4, 225-pound wide receiver Adrien Robinson of Warren Central High School in Indianapolis has compiled an impressive list of scholarship offers, one of which came from the U of L coaching staff. On Sunday, the Scout.com four-star prospect spoke with InsideTheVille.com about his upcoming season, how the Cards stack up and more...

Tall and physical wide receiver Adrien Robinson of traditional high school powerhouse Warren Central in Indianapolis has held a scholarship offer from Louisville, along with Big East rival West Virginia and in-state Indiana since early spring.

The 6-foot-4, 225-pound wide receiver has seen that trio of offers more than double over the past few months.

"Purdue was my last offer, which gives me eight now," said Robinson, whose offer list now includes Arkansas, Indiana, Louisville, Marshall, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Purdue and West Virginia.

Iowa, Georgia Tech, Michigan and Ole Miss are among the others expressing heavy interest in the Scout.com four-star prospect.

"I just went to Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech last weekend," he told InsideTheVille.com on Sunday. "I'm going to visit Arkansas and that's the last thing that I have planned for right now."

Earlier this month Robinson, who is also rated among the nation's top ten tight end prospects by Scout.com, stated that West Virginia held a slight lead over Louisville and others.

"West Virginia and Louisville are almost neck-and-neck, but West Virginia has the slight lead," Robinson told Scout.com national recruiting analyst Allen Wallace.

While the Mountaineers slight edge for Robinson, who has made an unofficial visit with WVU, continues to remain, a closer inspection of the Cardinal program's facilities could help close the small gap.

"I still like Louisville - I just need to get down there for a visit," explained Robinson, who had a glimpse of the U of L facilities while at the Scout.com All-American combine in May.

With the start of his senior season rapidly approaching, Robinson admits that he's in no hurry to make a decision.

"I'm probably going to wait until after the season," he said. "I want to take all of my official visits."

Warren Central will kick off it's season August 18 and will do so with plenty of high expectations. The defending state champions have their sights set on becoming the first high school in Indiana to win four consecutive crowns.

"We started getting ready in January," explained Robinson. "We want to win state again and this time go 15-0."


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