WR Robiskie Interested In Ohio State

WR Brian Robiskie of Chagrin Falls has seen several scholarship offers come in this spring. He is showing interest in Ohio State, but right now he is definitely undecided when it comes to top schools.

WR Brian Robiskie of Chagrin Falls (Oh.) has received plenty of attention this spring. The son of Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Terry Robiskie has emerged as one of Ohio's top overall prospects, and he has the offers to show for it.

"I've been offered by Illinois, Penn State, Indiana, and Minnesota," Brian said. "Those are the big ones, but there are others."

Brian is very much open right now when it comes to colleges, but Ohio State is one of the schools on the list.

"I really don't know about a pecking order, but if I had to say, I would say Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Miami (FL), and USC," he said. "But I really can't say. I am so undecided."

Brian will also be coming to camp at Ohio State.

"I sat down and talked about it with my dad," he said. "We are going to the Ohio State camp. I think it'll be a good time and I'll learn a lot."

Robiskie, rated as one of the top 25 overall prospects in Ohio in the spring edition of Ohio High, has the numbers schools are looking for in a wide receiver. A good 40-time was going to be key in his recruitment, and it sounds like he has done just that.

"We had our school mini-camp just today and I ran a 4.5 flat," he said. "I had a 30 or 31-inch vertical, I can't remember.

"I've run a 4.45 before. I was surprised at the 4.5 flat. I just came off a sprained ankle. I've been out two weeks. I also measured 6-3 1/2 and 185."

Brian is not sure about when a commitment will come and sounds ready to go through recruiting.

"I'm not really sure about a verbal," he said. "If something jumps out at me that I like, I might take it, but I'm probably going to go through the process."

Brian is looking to study psychology in college and is a three-sport star for Chagrin Falls.

"I also play basketball and I ran track," he said. "I'll probably play again. I really love playing basketball and it's my last year."

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