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Zack Robinson, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound athlete from Tahlequah-Sequoyah High in Okla., has made a verbal commitment to Oregon State and he will take a visit to see the school in January 20th according to head coach Brent Scott. Coach Scott said, "I think Zack is happy process is over. A big weight is off his shoulders, because they pretty much all came in at once." Robinson also held offers from Memphis and ULM and had many other schools taking a close look. "He is a kid who was recruited by a lot of different schools and a lot of different positions," Coach Scott informed. "He was recruited as a wide receiver, in the slot and as a safety, basically an athlete is what you would call it." "Oregon State has plans to play him on the defensive side of the ball. They hope he will play at 6'3, 220, and with him they have a chance to have three Oklahoma guys start for them next fall. They have have been recruiting Oklahoma hard and they have been on Zack since day one." As coach pointed out Oregon State has had recent success in the state. Michael Doctor, Jabral Johnson and Tyrequek Zimmerman are some of the latest pulls, but the relationship with Tahlequah-Sequoyah predates those signees. "It started with Nathan Stanley, who was recruited by everybody visited Oregon State and the guys see who they are getting and how they are producing. They are coming down here in Oklahoma and the guys they do get are playing for them." "It is tough to be a Cowboy or a Sooner, but there are still other kids out there that. They keep calling and coming back. They are pretty efficient and if you have player that can play then they will come. Mike Riley is first class and they are all business when they come down." Coach Scott believes the Beavers are getting a guy who can produce great results. "Zack is a good kid -- integrity and character, goal oriented and self driven. He has been a three year starter. He works hard in practice and took coaching well. He is up every morning lifting and in the film room. He never sits out of a practice, which is usually indicative to a D1 athlete. At the college level he will get bigger, faster, stronger." "I have really enjoyed coaching him."
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