"Everything went very well," said Robiskie, who was hosted by freshman fullback Dionte Johnson. "I did not commit, but Ohio State improved its chances in my eyes."
Robiskie (6-4, 190) said his decision was down to Ohio State and Miami (Fla.).
"This visit will make that decision more difficult," Robiskie said. "I got to see everything that I wanted to see. I saw the business school and liked that. Plus, I got a real good chance to meet with the coaches. I enjoyed meeting with (receivers coach Darrell) Hazell especially.
"I got a full tour of their practice facility and that was impressive."
When asked when he thinks he will decide, Robiskie said, "I don't think it will be signing day. It could be tonight, tomorrow or early in the week. Right now, it is pretty much even. We need to sit down and talk about it."
Robiskie, son of Browns interim head coach Terry Robiskie, had 38 catches for 643 yards (16.9 average) and 10 touchdowns during the regular season for Chagrin Falls. His team finished the year 9-3 after a loss to eventual state champion Youngstown Mooney in the second round of the Division IV playoffs. He also had three interceptions on defense.
Robiskie caught 9 TDs in only 7 games as a sophomore and caught 50 balls for 743 yards as a junior. He is ranked as the No. 33 senior in Ohio by Ohio High.