Jamie Robinson, a very talented 6-1, 185-pound cornerback prospect out of Rock Hill High School (Northwestern, SC), has narrowed his list to 3 lucky schools. The 4-star recruit plans to make official visits to all 3 programs in January before announcing a decision.
“On the 7th [of January] I’m taking an official visit to Florida State,” Robinson said. “I’m going to Clemson on the 14th and then Virginia Tech on the 21st. This is my final 3.”
In our most recent update with Robinson, he had stated that childhood favorite Florida State had the slight lead for his services. He has taken a different mindset heading into these 3 visits however.
“Right now, everybody’s equal,” Robinson said. “I’m pretty set on taking all of the visits before I decide.”
Heading into these key official visits, Robinson stated what he likes the most about each of the finalists. He has made unofficial visits to all 3 schools.
“Virginia Tech is a school I could see myself at,” Robinson said. “They have a good coaching staff and good people. I need to see the campus more and get around the players.
“Clemson is the in-state school, and I’ve looked at them because of that. Coach Blackwell, who is my recruiting coach, is a really nice guy. I talk to Coach Bowden a lot. I like the coaching staff.
“I know Florida State’s coaches the best out of any of the schools. I talk to Coach Steele a lot. Me and him have a good relationship. I also have a good relationship with Coach Lilly and Coach Sexton and I talk to Coach Bowden a lot. I know the coaching staff real good. They have good people and good players on the team. I want to visit there and be around the players more.”
Robinson enjoyed an excellent senior season, racking up 50 tackles, 15 pass break-ups and 10 interceptions. In South Carolina’s victory over North Carolina in the Shrine Bowl, he says he had 4 pass break-ups and 1 interception. He spoke to all 3 final schools at the Shrine Bowl, saying he “mostly talked to” the FSU coaches.
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