Robinson Sets Top-Four

Liberty (TX) High School safety Izaiah Robinson is beginning to sort through his options. He has four favorites and ranks them in order. Where does Northwestern stand?

After picking up offers from Northwestern and Washington State, safety Izaiah Robinson has put together his top four schools.

"If I had to put it in order right now, going off my offers, it would be Washington State, Northwestern, Texas Tech, then Oklahoma State," Robinson said.

The two-star prospect from Liberty (TX) HS only has offers from Washington State and Northwestern, but feels good about both programs. He was very complimentary of the Cougars, his first choice at the moment.

"I really like Coach Ungerer (at Washington State)," he said. "We've gotten to talk a lot, I saw some practices, and I like the program a lot. And I like the Pac-10, so that's why it's No. 1."

Robinson was also very complimentary of Northwestern.

"(Pat Fitzgerald and I) communicate through Facebook and a couple of phone calls," he said. "It's kind of slowed down a little bit, but I can call him whenever I choose. The coach came down and talked to me and he's a really nice guy. My mom is kind of solid on it because it's really good academically, and if my mom and dad like it, it kind of opens my eyes up to it."

Robinson plans to visit both schools before making a decision.

"I'm supposed to go to Washington State sometime in September," he said. "I'm going to take officials to Washington State and Northwestern for sure, though."

With interest still coming in from other schools, Robinson is hopeful to receive more offers. However, he does not plan on visiting schools that don't offer him.

"When schools start getting more serious about offering, that's when I'm going to start thinking about visits," he said. "It depends on how serious they are and that's where I'm going to take my visits."

Robinson doesn't have a timeframe for when he will make his decision.

"I don't really have any idea when I want to commit or anything," he said. "I'm going to wait awhile."


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