2014 ATH Robinson Speaks About Big Win

2014 ATH Robinson Speaks About Big Win

Tito Benach
2014 Miami Northwestern (Fla.) ATH JoJo Robinson played a key role in his team’s victory over Homestead on Friday Night, as he made several offensive plays to give his Bulls a spot in the tomorrow night's three-way playoff tiebreaker.

“It feels good because we worked way too hard in the offseason to not make it into the playoffs.”

Robinson had a major impact on the offensive side of the ball, as he had several catches including one thirty-yard touchdown catch that helped put his Bulls out in front.

“It felt good because lately we haven’t been playing to our ability but on Friday we came out and handled business.”

Robinson is currently an FSU commitment, but is hearing from multiple schools.

“The recruiting process is going well, a lot of schools are still talking to me and looking at me.”

Miami is one of the schools that still seems to be targeting Robinson even though he is committed to the 'Noles.

“Miami is still sending me a lot of letters and brochures about their school.”

The 2014 ATH talked about what he likes about the 'Canes.

“Miami is a good school, a school that I grew up around. I know a couple of players on the Miami team like Duke Johnson and Allen Hurns. I also like the coaches, like coach Barrow, he is a real cool coach.”

One of Miami’s biggest commitments, Safety Artie Burns, happens to be teammates with Robinson and he talked to about the impact that may have in his decision.

“Artie does get in my ear about Miami sometimes, but right now I’m committed to Florida State.”

Robinson does have a visit planned for Florida State and West Virginia in the future.

Robinson knows what he wants when he chooses a school.

“I want to be able to get on the field as true freshman and me able to comfortable on the campus and have a good atmosphere.”

Comments (4)

Tidbits on Robinson Interview:

-When I asked if he is a "Soft" or "hard" committ he said he is "In between", Essentially meaning he is soft.

-Kid has definite interest in Miami, its a question if Miami truly wants him. Which might come down to 1) how many WR's we take in 2014 and 2) is he a plan B type kid

-My personal Opinion: I like the kid but with guys like Lane, Brady, Dixon etc. I don't think he is worth the reach. I think he is talented but there is a better group of receivers then him in 2014.
I think he hasn't lived up to the hype he's had. But there's no doubt he's talented. Thanks for the info Tito.
Lets see...

Not better than Ermon Lane

Nowhere NEAR, to being in the same ballpark, in the same league as Isaiah Mckenzie

and though I've not seen him play, I've heard good things on Tyre Brady...

Exactly my point