"I really like Air Force, Army and Ohio. I know I would get a great education at Air Force and Army. I've also been to Ohio a lot and like it."
"In high school I played quarterback. So, since I didn't play receiver in high school, but am being recruited as one, those schools just want to see more of me."
Now that the season is over, the senior plans on hitting the weight room and working on running routes.
"Since I didn't really play a lot of receiver I need to practice my routes and just focus on the little things."
Robinette will be visiting Air Force January 20-22 and is hoping to make his decision soon after.
"The recruiting process has been stressful. I've been talking about it a lot lately with my parents. You just have to think about what you're doing after college. With Air Force, I know I'll come out and have a job. You need to have a backup plan after football. Playing football just makes college a better experience. Distance doesn't bother me. I've never been out west, but I can just adjust to it."