"Louisville had my major in engineering, which was a plus," Robinson told the newspaper. "Plus it's a good conference, good football program, and I feel a great opportunity."
A first-team all-Burlco/Olympic Conference Patriot Division selection as a junior, Robinson chose Louisville over an offer from Temple. Rutgers, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Villanova, Penn and Harvard also showed interest.
Robinson, who reportedly runs the forty in 4.5-seconds, recorded more than 80 tackles, while recording 17 sacks from his defensive end position as a junior. He'll play linebacker this season, the position he was recruited to play by Louisville.
Robinson is rated the No. 34 prospect in New Jersey's 2010 recruiting class by Scout.com. He bench-presses 215 pounds and squats 355.