"A lot of big schools are starting to recruit me, so I might play receiver at a bigger program."
Although Robinson is only a junior and , he has already caught the interest of Division I schools.
"I have four offers as of now; they are Arizona, Nebraska, Colorado, and UTEP."
Robinson remains committed to Arizona, but did admit that there is one school in particular that could change the landscape of his recruiting with a scholarship offer.
"If USC were to get involved, I would definitely have to reconsider my options."
Robinson has kept an eye on the USC program over the last few years, and feels that there are a few things that stick out to him about the Trojans.
"Definitely the program," said Robinson. "With what Pete Carroll has done over the last few years, turning out pro athletes and everything they've accomplished. I also like the way they use their big receivers, that's something I've kept an eye on."
Robinson is starting to receive interest from the likes of Ohio State and Notre Dame, along with a bevy of other top programs. Robinson did not grow up with a childhood favorite, but does admit that he looks for one thing in a school he will eventually sign with.
"I'm looking to go to a place that throws the ball a lot."
It is obvious that Robinson is a very skilled prospect, but did mention a few aspects of his game that ma separate him from the rest of the pack.
"My strengths are definitely my size, speed, and my ability to create separation. Some things I'm trying to work on while I'm out here are my mechanics, my footwork, and getting off the line."
Heading into his senior season, Robinson has set aside a few goals he hopes to accomplish.
"Heading into next year, I want to be one the best players in the state and make it back here to play in the Army All-American Game."
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