Saturday will mark the end of the season for St. John’s College (Washington, DC) running back Keilan Robinson. The Cadets will take on Gonzaga in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship game.
It’s been a big season for Robinson, a 3-star Class of 2019 prospect, who’s run for over 700 yards this season. As a result, he’s become a hot recruiting commodity. Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech have been the most recent to offer, bringing his total to nine.
For the 5-foot-9, 170-pound Robinson, as he gets more into his recruitment, it’s been about the progress he’s made over this season. There’s still plenty of work to do, but it’s a big part of why his recruitment continues to take off.
“I’m way more comfortable,” Robinson said. “I feel like I get more comfortable every game. It just gets easier with every game. The offense is clicking way better than week one. We’ve been together so long. Me personally, I’ve fixed mistakes better than I did at the beginning of the season. I scan the field better. The more you...
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