Robinson had one of the best, most overlooked season in all of Texas. Robinson had 222 carries for 2,106 yards for 26 scores and added 15 receptions for 263 yards and another three scores. He was even 10-for-18 for 160 yards passing and another three scores.
"I was player of the year by the Klein Sun Newspaper," Robinson said. "I'm not very big, but I have speed. I can make people miss and then take it the distance."
That is an understatement. Robinson averaged 9.5 yards per carry and scored a touchdown once in about every nine carries for Spring (Texas) Klein Oak High School.
"Both Wake Forest and Boston College have great academic programs. They have well established academic and football programs and that is what I was looking for the most."
"Nebraska was by my school late in the year. I know that they were there to see me, but I wasn't available to meet with them. I had left my phone at home earlier that day."
The Huskers have the deck stacked against them a little bit. Robinson has already made two official trips and has a third set. He also knows that Nebraska has struggled lately, but thinks that Nebraska can come back.
"I really don't know a lot about them. What I mean by that, is that I don't know a lot about the staff. I know that it's a great football team and they had a rough year. I know that they will be back."
All in all, Robinson doesn't even know if Nebraska can get him to take a visit up there before he makes a decision. His top two are pretty set.
"I would have to say that I am pretty set on going to either Boston College or Wake Forest. There is a possibility that Nebraska could come in and interest me enough to take a trip."