''Right now Tennessee is my leader,'' he told Scout.com's Scott Kennedy. ''They seem to play a lot of freshmen, and they have offered.''
Indeed. The Vols started two freshman cornerbacks last fall -- Jonathan Hefney and Roshaun Fellows -- although Fellows was technically a redshirt freshman.
Robinson, who will be a senior this fall at South Senior High School in Miami, Fla., also is looking at another Southeastern Conference school ... this one located in his home state.
''Florida is next; I grew up watching them on TV,'' he said. ''I like Minnesota, too. I don't know much about them, but they've offered. I grew up a Florida State fan, plus my cousin Damien Harrell played there. Right now Tennessee and Florida are recruiting me the hardest.''
Robinson has offers from UT, Minnesota and Rutgers thus far.
Like many prospects, the fleet Floridian says he's looking for ''early playing time and a place where I feel most comfortable.''
The playing-time angle could bode well for the Vols, who lose one starting defensive back (Jason Allen) following the 2005 season and four more (Antwan Stewart, Jonathan Wade, Corey Campbell, Jarod Parrish) following the 2006 season.