A 2013 Alabama high school defensive end that is starting to generate recruiting interest is Vestavia Hills High School's Kalvin Robinson. He attended the Mississippi State camp Wednesday and left with a good feeling about the camp.
"What I liked the most about the camp was the coaching," said the 6-5, 225-pound DE. "The coaching is really well put together and they really seem like they care about you and really focus on the fundamentals."
He also left a really good impression on the MSU coaches.
"Their impressions of me was that they thought I was very flexible and that I'm very versatile and can play different positions," said the youngster.
Mississippi State is one of several schools that is recruiting the talented youngster.
"(Mississippi State) is showing very strong interest in me," said Robinson. "And I would be more than grateful to even go here if they offer me."
He named the other schools that are also recruiting him.
"The (other) schools that are looking at me are Tulane, Middle Tennessee, Clemson, Samford and Troy," said Robinson. "UAB has offered me."
He will continue his camp rounds with two more next week and several others later in the summer.
"Next week I am attending the Clemson camp and also the Troy camp," said Robinson. "Late June and early July I will be attending the Samford, UAB and Tulane camps."
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