Robinson DE/LB Updates Recruitment

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Robinson (Fairfax, VA) defensive end Jordan Stanton will leave later today for an official visit to James Madison University. Next weekend, the 6-4, 240-pound senior prospect heads to Old Dominion for another official visit. JMU and ODU are currently the only offers he holds, but Stanton continues to receive interest from Virginia Tech and Virginia.

“I think I’ll hear more from [Virginia and Virginia Tech coaches] next week and I think I’m going to set up an official visit to Virginia Tech,” Stanton said. “I might take an official visit to Virginia Tech on the 30th, if we do set it up like we had talked about before.”

Has Virginia Tech offered?

“They haven’t offered yet,” Stanton answered. “They’d plan to grey-shirt me if they offer, so I’d come in January next year, but they really like me and my talent.”

Stanton has not thought about a grey-shirt possibility at this point, but he would hope to learn more should he make the official visit. He has already been to Virginia Tech several times for games and attended a senior camp this past year.

Stanton has also been to UVa, which has submitted his transcripts to Admissions. As is the case with Virginia Tech, Stanton has visited UVa for a football game and also attended the 2008 camp.

“The Virginia coaches say they haven’t been able to get back to me as soon as they’d want to,” said Stanton, who didn’t rule out making an official visit to UVa.

Prior to the first official visit of his recruiting process, Stanton maintains no favorites at this time.

“I like all the schools as equally as ever,” Stanton said.

Stanton tallied 80 tackles in his senior season, which was only his second season playing organized football. A very good athlete, he has posted a sub-4.6 time in the 40-yard dash.

“I feel like I made a good run in my two years,” Stanton said. “I’ll miss high school football, but it is time to move on to the next level. I just thank my coaches and my mom for everything. They really helped