The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Robinson caught 30 passes for 600 yards and five touchdowns as a junior, and Rutgers is among the schools recruiting him.
"I talked to them,'' Robinson said. "I'm going to see them when I'm there for the 7-on-7.''
Robinson will be on the Rutgers campus Feb. 27-28 for the BadgerSport 7-on-7, playing for Virginia in the state vs. state competition, which is presented by New Level Athletics.
And while Robinson likes the fact he has a West Virginia offer, he is hoping more schools begin recruiting him harder.
"I'm looking for a mix, academics and football,'' Robinson said. "I'm probably looking at sports medicine (as a major). I look at the trainers and how they take care of us, as athletes, and I think that would be interesting to do.''
Robinson, who also plays basketball, said his strength as a receiver is as a route runner and pass catcher. He took on a leadership role as a junior, and helps in organizing offseason workouts.
"We have a lot of communication,'' he said. "We do a lot of stuff on our own. We will pull ourselves together once a week (to throw).''
Although schools are recruiting him as a receiver, he spent time as a quarterback and also playing free safety last season.
But there is no question about his preferred position.
"I would say wide receiver,'' he said. "Defense is boring, and I like going up against people that are supposed to be from a different class. I like showing them my stuff.''