Defensive end Ondario Robinson holds offers from Arizona State Sun Devils, Georgia Bulldogs, Missouri Tigers, Oklahoma Sooners, Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M Aggies to name a few. It could be two in-state powers that battle to the end for Robinson. Texas A&M has the upper leg today, but don’t count out the Longhorns and Charlie Strong as they have proven to be great closers in Austin.
“Yes, but there’s just something about AM that I really like,” Robinson said. “I don’t know what it is, but it’s something about that place. Texas is still in the running, though; I liked Texas a lot.”
What can Texas do to overtake Texas A&M if anything?
“What they can do for me on and off the field,” Ondario Robinson said. “What is the current depth at the position and what kind of defense in detail they run.
Robinson will visit with Strong and company over the summer.
“My relationships with the staff is great in my eyes,” Robinson said. “I will be going back because while I was there, I couldn’t really talk with them because they had a camp going on.”
What are the most important factors for the standout defensive end?
“What kind of defense they run, family atmosphere and programs stability,” Robinson said.
Robinson plays a bit high at times and even on some of his best highlight type of plays he is coming out of his stance and standing up, but that does not slow him from making plays and getting after the quarterback, which only speaks to his upside as a potential prospect at the next level. He will get coached up with techniques at the defensive end position and could be a real monster. He is very strong and can shed offensive linemen. When he gets going downhill, he can close quickly. Having good hips allows him to get around the corner.