"I worked real hard over the summer," Robinson said. "I have a new position coach, Jeff Burris, and he's been coaching me and trying to prepare me for the next level. I've been doing a lot of basic drills getting my footwork better."
Burris played ten seasons in the NFL after starring at Notre Dame. He recorded 19 career interceptions in the National Football League and has been imparting wisdom to Robinson, a 6'0, 175-pound standout.
"It feels great playing for him because he knows what he's talking about," Robinson said. "He's been through what I'm going through and he knows how to play at the next level. I'll just keeping listening to him and he'll make me a better football player."
What advice has Burris given Robinson?
"He told me to relax when I'm playing," Robinson said. "He told me my speed kills. He said he's going to make me the best football player I can become."
Robinson visited Louisville last weekend. He talked with the coaches and watched the Cardinals scrimmage.
"It was fun down there because I got to hang with Coach Strong and Coach [Vance] Bedford," Robinson said. "They were telling me how hard I need to work because I'm trying to play early. They want me to be ready by the time I come down there.
"I watched the scrimmage and I think they're going to be a great football team," Robinson added. "Everybody is competitive down there and ready to work."
Robinson said he made "three or four" tackles last week in the season opener. Warren Central has a big game this week vs. Glenville, Ohio.
"They really didn't throw it to my side [last week]," Robinson said.
Robinson said he wants to wait until after the season to make his official visit, but plans to attend the Louisville/Kentucky game September 4. Robinson says he keeps in touch with UofL commits DaMarcus Smith and Ryan Mack.