They lost some good players from last year's team but one that does not want to get forgotten about is Robin Lindor. Some will wonder how you can miss out on a 6'4 335 pound lineman. With three division one prospects on their offensive line last year it's easy to see why. Lindor now wants to become the star of the Edison offensive line and he has been working hard this spring to become the leader of the offense.
Already Lindor has offers from FIU, UF and NC State. As the season goes on the player known as Big Baby by his teammates expects to see more offers come in. Recently coaches from FSU, FIU, FAU, West Virginia and Florida have all stopped by and showed some interest in Lindor.
With FIU, UF and NC State as three teams that have offered they are also among Lindor leaders at this time. He also told the Insiders that he has some other teams that he likes a lot as well, "My top five right now is FSU, NC State, Pitt, Ohio State and Miami," he said. USF will also be a player for Lindor services because of his former teammates that signed there this past February, Richard Clebert, Mark Dile, Jackie Chambers and Brouce Mompremier.
Right now Lindor carries a 2.6 GPA and is awaiting his SAT Score which he took recently.
South Florida lineman looking for recognition….
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