Denard Robinson has stated several times he wants to be a quarterback at the next level, and as a result most FBS schools are recruiting him as such. One school has taken it one step further told him he can play multiple positions if he'd like.
"I actually just talked to Coach Dews last week," reported Robinson. "They told me I can both sides, wherever I want to play. He talked to me about coming up for an official visit. I'm going to be coming up. I don't know what game yet, but we're all set up to come up there when it's ready."
Is the fact that he's planning to trip to Ann Arbor confirmation of Robinson's serious interest in the Maize & Blue?
"Oh yeah," he said. "They're up there at the top. I don't really have a leader, but Michigan is still in my top tier of schools."
A strong showing by the Wolverine's could vault them even higher for the talented Sunshine State star, but a final decision isn't likely to come soon.
Said Robinson, "I plan on taking my visits and seeing what's best for me out there."