Four-star DE Robinson will visit USC this weekend
USC is hosting one of the top high school football from the state of Arizona this weekend. Universally recognized four-star DE Ty Robinson will be at the Coliseum when the Trojans play host to the Colorado Buffaloes.
Robinson revealed this news in an exclusive interview with USC247.com.
“Coach (Kenechi) Udeze, me and him created a great bond and a great relationship,” Robinson said. “He kind of has been recruiting me to be that guy. So I said I would take an official visit to come check out the school again. I was there earlier in the year but I don’t think I got to see everything I needed to see. So I’m definitely interested in them and what they have to offer.”
Robinson is returning the favor from a few weeks ago. USC coaches visited him before they went up against Arizona on the road. The 6-foot-6, 285-pounder also says that outside of his official visit to USC, he plans to take official visits to Nebraska, Oregon and Alabama. Even with four trips set, he says doesn’t have a list of favorite colleges. He does admit he would “consider (USC) a top school.”
“It’s just a bunch of schools,” Robinson said when asked who’s in it for his commitment. “Stanford and I have been talking a lot. ASU, Nebraska, Colorado, Oregon, Alabama, Florida. All those schools are really kind of big schools for me and really the main schools that I talk too. It’s kind of a big list but it’s hard to narrow it down.”
He might have to narrow thing down if he wants to fit everything into his commitment deadline. Robinson wants to make a commitment on National Signing Day in December. He also acknowledges he might take more time if he has too. He doesn’t plan to enroll in college early.
When asked more about USC, Robinson said he would have more to talk about after this weekend. He doesn’t yet know if the Trojans want him to play with his hand on the ground or from a two-point stance. As he said earlier, he wants to see more of the campus as well.
And don’t expect his trip to be soured if the Trojans take a loss. Despite a tough start to the season, Robinson says he’s highly interested in USC and always will be.
“Not at all,” Robinson said when asked if USC’ start to the season impacts his feelings on the school. “It’s just a little off season for them is all and they’re finding their groove. It hasn’t worried me one bit.”