Robinson sets first official visit

Last season, Ellsworth WR Quintin Robinson (6-3, 193) had one of the most prolific seasons ever for a JUCO wideout and he's on pace this year to possibly surpass that this year. caught up with the talented receiver and he updated us on things including which WAC school was the first to set up an official visit...

"Things are going real good," Robinson noted when he spoke with earlier this week. "We're 6-2 and we're playing well, but we think we can play better than we are right now and that is what is cool because we feel like we haven't even reached our full potential yet where we're hitting on all cylinders."

One area where the Panthers are definitely clicking is in the passing game where Robinson and Preseason Second Team All-American QB Tirrell Rennie have continued to keep stats keepers busy.

Rennie and Robinson have hooked up 62 times so far this season for 693 yards and eight touchdowns, following up what was an amazing freshman season in which Robinson hauled in 97 receptions for 1,223 yards and 13 touchdowns.

"We just click," Robinson said of he and Rennie's combination. "He knows where I'm going to be and he knows I can get open. It's worked really well for us and we're hoping it continues to do that into the playoffs."

Recruiting has also picked up for Robinson and while he still only has one offer, a WAC school has decided they want him to get on their campus so they can get a better look at him.

"Idaho called me and scheduled me for a visit on December 4th," Robinson said. "They haven't offered me, but they like me a lot and they said they will probably have an offer for me when I get into town to visit them.

"Other than that I have an offer from Wyoming and I'm working on setting up a visit with them and the other schools that have talked about me visiting and them offering are Rutgers, LSU and Toledo, but nothing is official with any of them yet."

Besides getting it done on the field, Robinson has also been hard at work in the classroom and will sign with a school in December. He'll have three years to play two once this season is completed.

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