After leaving Robinson telephone messages, Gerell Robinson responded back to eDuck via MySpace and indicated he had a good time on his Oregon trip.
"It's all good," wrote Robinson of his visit. "It went well, I liked it (Oregon) a lot."
Robinson had been a verbal commitment to Arizona as a quarterback but as the recruiting process moved on, he became interested in other programs. He has a visit scheduled with Notre Dame on Nov. 17, and then Georgia Tech on Nov. 24.
He listed Oregon, Notre Dame, ASU, Tennessee and Georgia Tech as his top-5 programs.
With his size and speed (4.6 in the 40) the Ducks are looking at Robinson as a wide receiver to fit into the spread offense.
"It's all good"
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