Recruiting: Robinson Picks OSU

Zac Robinson, the standout quarterback from Littleton, Colo., decided not to take an offered trip to Norman this weekend to visit OU. But one less school in the mix didn't make it any easier for the top quarterback in Colorado to make his decision. He thought he would have it by Saturday afternoon but it wasn't until Sunday night that he made his choice as he called OSU head coach Mike Gundy and told him he was coming to Oklahoma State.

After speaking with Gundy, Robinson then called offensive coordinator Larry Fedora to tell him the news.

"I just prayed about it a lot and went with my heart," said Robinson. "Family was a big thing as I have both grandparents 45 minutes away, (and) cousins that go to OSU. I also like what they are going to do with the offense with coach Fedora and coach Gundy. Those were the main things."

Robinson liked Oklahoma State going all the way back to summer camp, but it was Kansas State that offered, so he was committed to the Wildcats for a long time. That was tough. Robinson's mother is an OSU grad, and his family is based in Oklahoma.

This season he racked up all kinds of honors as he had 1,475 yards passing with 15 touchdown passes, 6 interceptions, 1,078 yards rushing and 8 rushing touchdowns. Among his honors are first team All-Colorado, first team All-State Class 5A, Jefferson County Offensive MVP, and first team All-Conference quarterback and punter.

He was recruited by a number of schools and offered by Kansas State, Oklahoma, Colorado, Colorado State and Arizona State.

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