Robinson ends suspense and chooses Huskers

One of the top offensive lineman and players at the U.S. Army All-American combine in San Antonio earlier this year was Trevor Robinson. Robinson, a 6-foot-5 and 300-pound lineman from Elkhorn (Nebr.), demonstrated great skills and athleticism in San Antonio and really put himself on the recruiting map. On Friday, he made a college choice.

It was down to Notre Dame, Michigan and Nebraska for Trevor Robinson. Robinson, considered one of the top players in the state and one of the top offensive lineman nationally, made his commitment on Friday.

"Yep, I committed to Nebraska," Robinson said. "I went to their practice on Friday. I went to dinner after that and then I called the coaches about 6:30 to tell them."

Robinson's commitment is number four for Nebraska. Robinson is the third in-state player to commit to Nebraska to go along with running back Collins Okafor and fellow offensive lineman Baker Steinkuhler.

Robinson and Steinkuhler are also joined by offensive lineman Dan Hoch as a commitment bringing the number of offensive lineman in the class to three. Robinson is excited about joining Hoch and Steinkuhler in this class.

"Yeah, I know. This is going be a very good class. I am really excited about it."

Robinson was in middle of taking calls when Big Red Report caught up with him. A little more, in-depth story will be brought to Husker fans later this week.


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