San Diego (Calif.) Lincoln defensive backs and twins Tyree Robinson and Tyrell Robinson both attended skills camp at USC on Sunday and both left campus the same evening with offers to play football for the Trojans.
"It was good, we took a tour after camp and they offered," explained Tyree.
Tyrell added his own enthusiasm.
"We killed it, I was just excited," he said.
The offer from the Trojans means the Robinson twins now hold offers from both the USC football and basketball program, a critical point in the recruitment for the two athletes, each are determined to play both sports in college.
"They (USC football staff) want me and my brother to play both sports," Tyrell explained, "when they told us that it was a relief."
Tyree, the older twin by two minutes, was offered as a receiver and corner. Tyree was offered as an outside linebacker.
After the camp, the Robinsons took some time to meet with the basketball staff.
They have yet to start narrowing down their offers, but said the USC football offer has "definitely" put the Trojans back in the conversation.
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