"UCLA was my last offer and then some other schools have been coming up to our school to check on me," said Robinson-Carr.
Robinson-Carr said that four Pac-12 schools have been the most dilligent in recruiting him.
"Oregon, USC, UCLA and Oregon State have been on me the most and I'm talking to the coaching staff every day," said Robinson-Carr. "I love the way they're coming at me."
Robinson-Carr has visited all four of those schools already.
"Oregon really was a nice visit and I felt like I fit in," said Robinson-Carr. "They're very family oriented. Oregon State was very similar to Oregon. I really fit in with the coaches and they're putting in an offense with more of a tight end and they felt like I'd fit in perfect. So I had a good trip up there."
Then there were trips to the Los Angeles schools.
"USC I will definitely have in my top five," said Robinson-Carr. "I talk to the coaches every day and really like some of the the things I've said. UCLA, it was a cool trip too, I went to practice and walked around with Coach (Jim) Mora quite a bit."
But despite having offers from the two local schools, Robinson-Carr is giving strong consideration to getting out of the Golden State.
"As of right now, in my mind, I'm kind of thinking I want to get out of Southern California and get away," said Robinson-Carr. "I want to stay on the West Coast but I'm thinking of leaving Southern California. But we'll talk as a family more and see what is best for me."
Robinson-Carr is hoping to visit Fresno State and Tennessee at some point this spring or in to summer.
Right now, Robinson-Carr is doing the shot put and focusing on track, where he is a CIF qualifier..
A decision could happen in the near future, but not too soon.
"I will probably make my decision in the next couple of months, unless I feel like I need to wait until after the season, but I probably won't drag it out too long," said Robinson-Carr.