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Focus 2007 - WR Adrien Robinson
WR Adrien Robinson
Posted Apr 3, 2006
Indiana’s Adrien Robinson has become one of the hottest names on the recruiting scene this spring. The 6-foot-5, 225-pound, wide receiver, from Warren Central High in Indianapolis has several scholarship offers and more may come his way if he’s willing to play another position.
“Adrien wants to play wide receiver in college but he might be more of a flex tight end in college.” Warren Central coach Steve Tutsie said.
“We don’t throw the ball a whole lot, we’re about 90/10 run versus pass but we plan on opening it up this year. Adrien would probably have more scholarship offers if we threw the ball a little bit more.
“Adrien has the highest ceiling of any of our prospects. He can run, jump, he has great hands and he can make things happen after the catch.”
Robinson scored two touchdowns as a junior and he had 11 catches. Three schools have offered a scholarship.
“I have offers from
“My favorites are
and West Virginia.
“I don’t have a leader right now. I’m going to hit some camps and combines this summer. I haven’t decided exactly where I’m going but I’ll have a better idea at the end of May.”
Coach Tutsie told Scout.com that it’s not a reach for Robinson to end up on the defensive side of the football at the next level.
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