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Busy Schedule for Robinson
It must seem like déjà vu for Auburn and LSU fans when it comes to Greg Robinson. Just last year, LSU and Auburn were waged in a heated battle for one of the country's top overall prospects in Thibodaux, La. native Trovon Reed, who inked with Auburn this past February. Now, one year later, both sets of Tigers find themselves locked in another battle that seems all too familiar with Robinson being the coveted prize. The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Robinson is ranked 12th in the country amongst offensive tackles and No. 88 overall in the Scout Top 100. With numerous offers from schools all across the country Robinson says he has his sight set on Auburn and LSU. He recently tripped to Auburn the weekend LSU traveled to the Plains and that visit gave the War Eagles a leg up after the two schools were in a dead heat. "The Auburn trip was really something," Robinson said. "It was a big game, probably the biggest one I've ever been to. The fans were awesome and the atmosphere overall was great. "I got to spend more time with the coaches and then with Trovon and got to see a little bit more of what it's like to be an Auburn Tiger. They showed me a lot and gave me a lot to think about." On Saturday, Robinson and his family will visit LSU when Alabama travels to Baton Rouge and he is looking forward to what he feels will be one of the most electric atmospheres in all of college football this weekend. "I'm looking forward to that cause its going to be another great game," he said. "My parents are going with me and we're just looking forward to spending some more time with Coach Frank (Wilson) and the rest of the coaches and the other recruits too." "LSU and Auburn have both done a good job of showing me what I need to see," added Robinson. "I felt real comfortable at Auburn and I expect that I will feel the same when I go to LSU this weekend." Following his weekend visit to LSU, Robinson will look forward to a return trip to the Plains when the War Eagles host Georgia on Nov. 13. The next trip that he has set is his official visit to LSU the third weekend in November when Ole Miss travels to Death Valley. What will come following that official to LSU is what everyone is anxiously and nervously looking forward to. "I'm looking to commit probably sometime in December after I take an official visit to Auburn," said Robinson. "Right now, I feel real good about both and they're about even but Auburn is probably the team to beat."
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