What's the latest with Robinson?

Houston Bellaire Episcopal quarterback Austin Robinson was a standout at TCU's June 8th camp. Have the Frog coaches talked to him since?

Nearly a month ago Houston Bellaire Episcopal quarterback Austin Robinson put on a show at the TCU one day camp. The 6-foot-4, 220-pounder was regarded as the top signal caller in attendance after displaying a good arm and turning in a 4.6 forty.

Robinson made enough of an impression to the Frogs' coaches to be held afterward for further evaluation. He was told at the conclusion of the workout that he should hear more from TCU in the following weeks.

Has he spoken with the TCU coaches since then?

"Yes, I've heard a few things, I'm gradually moving up the list and they're getting ready to make a decision soon, I don't know when because they didn't give me a timeframe," he said. "They said I'm moving up the list and I'm near the top two I guess. They're expecting to make a move pretty soon so we'll see. I talked to them about two weeks ago."

Robinson has had a busy summer between camps and helping his team qualify for the state 7-on-7 tournament which will take place later this month in College Station. Although UTSA continues to be his lone offer, Robinson feels more could be coming soon.

"I don't have any other offers but there's a bunch of teams that are still looking to make a move," he said. "I attended a few camps; UTSA, Texas Tech and will go to a few more before the summer is over. I already had the offer from UTSA but with Texas Tech they're trying to get their last quarterback, they already have one committed and they're looking at me for that second spot so we'll see what happens with that. Rice is also a headrunner and a few other schools but that's about it for right now."

Rice, Houston and possibly LSU are camps Robinson says he'll likely attend this summer. He's already attended two TCU camps, is there a chance he makes a third on July 13th?

"No, they said my performance was great enough (last time) and they told me not to worry about attending any more camps," he said. "They really didn't want me to attend the one in Ft. Worth but I didn't feel like I did my best at the one in Houston. So I attended that one. They said they've seen enough so that's about it."

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