Interest Increasing in Robinson

Interest Increasing in Robinson

Scotland High (Laurinburg, N.C.) linebacker Artemis Robinson had a breakout season last year. He played a major role in his school's first state championship and colleges have taken notice.

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"Right now, I am hearing from, Ball State, Minnesota, North Carolina State, Alabama, South Carolina, and a little from North Carolina," said Artemis Robinson (6'2/205)

Two schools have started to show an increased amount of interest in the linebacker.

"Right now, N.C. State and South Carolina are recruiting me the hardest," he said. "I have talked to both coaching staffs. They both have been telling me to gain a little more weight and to make sure I keep my grades up."

Although Robinson is waiting on his first offer, he will have a chance to change that this summer.

"Most likely, I am going to camp at N.C. State, South Carolina, and North Carolina," said Robinson.

The Fighting Scots linebacker knows what he is looking for in a school.

"Education is the most important," he said. "I am also looking for a place that has a good coaching staff and a good fan base."

What is Robinson's main goal for his senior season?

"I want to win another state championship," he said.

Robinson said he is wide open on the recruiting front. Schools are recruiting him to play outside linebacker. Last season he had 92 tackles, four sacks, and three interceptions. Robinson is the younger brother of former N.C. State and current Green Bay Packers linebacker, Terrell Manning.

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