James Robinson, the 6-3, 190-pound four-star prospect from Lakeland (Fla.), recently received a UCLA scholarship offer.
Robinson is the nation's #18-ranked receiver prospect, and embodies the bigger type of receiver UCLA is targeting in the 2017 cycle.
Here's a video evaluation of Robinson on his performance at The Opening Finals in early July:
Scout's Recruiting Expert in the South, Chad Simmons, said this about Robinson:
There is not much that Robinson does not do well. He is a receiver who can go vertical or take it across the middle for the catch in traffic. He is explosive when he gets the ball and he has shown the ability to get separation. He is big and physical, so combine those with his speed and he is a big play waiting to happen. He gets yards after the catch with his speed or with size, and his ability to break the tackles.
Check out clips of Robinson at The Opening:
Florida, Clemson and Ohio State have been on Robinson for a long time, their recruitments are pretty far down the road, and UCLA is pretty late to the game. The word, however, is that Robinson intends to officially visit UCLA, and the hope is that UCLA would be the different, West-coast option compared to the other main programs on his list, and the official visit would be a game-changer.