Malcolm Robinson will be one of many in-state prospects looking to impress the Ohio State coaching staff this weekend, at the Buckeye's second senior camp session. The Canton McKinley wide receiver caught 11 passes for 136 yards and one touchdown last season.
Robinson, 6-foot-2, 190-pounds, should be the Bulldogs featured target this season, and is looking toward a big year. He is a big, physical wide receiver, and not afraid to go across the middle to catch the football.
"I have offers from Toledo, Bowling Green, Buffalo and Ball State," Robinson stated. "I'm also hearing from Ohio State, Iowa State, Youngstown State and Ohio University. I'm going to Ohio State's camp this weekend."
Obviously, Robinson would love an Ohio State offer, as he explains. Canton McKinley has a long tradition of sending players to Columbus, including defensive end Steve Miller in the 2011 recruiting class.
"I'd love to have an offer from Ohio State and I would probably take that on the spot," he added. "I think a lot of the program and think I could help them. We spread the ball around so much at McKinley, so nobody gets a lot of stats, but I can do whatever the coaches want from me."
"I might not be the fastest guy, but my routes are my strength," he continued. "I can get open on anyone, and I never drop the football. Catching the football comes easy to me, and I work at it every day. I'm looking to go down and compete, and hopefully earn an offer."