Robinson favors West Virginia slightly over Louisville and those two lead over Michigan and Indiana. "I like the facilities at West Virginia and their weight room," Robinson said. "They have a great strength and conditioning program. I get along well with the coaches and I really liked talking with head coach Rich Rodriguez. There was just something about him I liked.
"I've also just always liked Louisville," Robinson said. "I went to their camp last year and it was great. I really like the offense and think I would get the ball a lot there."
He doesn't have any official visits scheduled yet, but plans to take all five visits before committing. "I'm still really open to anyone," Robinson said. "I want to see who else offers before I start to narrow it down. The only two schools I know I'll visit for sure are West Virginia and Louisville."
He attended summer camps at Virginia Tech and Michigan State and says that every school is recruiting him strictly at wide receiver except for the Spartans which have also expressed interest in him as a tight end.
Robinson's first game is on August 18 against Franklin Central.
He reports a 2.0 GPA and a 17 ACT, which he is retaking in September.