"I figured if it went as well as it did in the spring, I was going to commit," Robinson said. "We went up there on Wednesday, me and my family toured the facilities on Thursday, I then camped on Friday and made my decision soon after."
So what sold the Baltimore County standout on the Orange?
"I loved the coaches, especially Major Applewhite he is a great guys who will be a valuable resource for me," Robinson said. "Coach [Chris] White is a great guy, he recruited me. I have called Coach [Greg] Robinson once a week for the past two months and I really have a good feel for him. I like the direction the program is going in, the player's seem very excited about what is going on there."
Robinson went on to say, "Syracuse has great academics, it's a respectable degree and a great mix of academics and football."
What kind of quarterback can Orange fans expect to see in Robinson?
"I think I'm a tough QB, I throw well under pressure," Robinson said. "I just keep going at it. I feel I have a strong and accurate arm and I'm a good decision maker. I want to improve on my footwork a little more, your feet can never be too good."
Robinson was 99 of 201 for 1200 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior. He earned first team All-Conference; second team All- County (Baltimore), and honorable mention All-State honors as a junior.
Robinson carries a 3.4 GPA and has scored 1200 on the SAT.
Robinson chose the Orange over an offer from Wisconsin; he is the second commitment for the Syracuse Class of 2006.