&"Ole Miss is still my number one school," added the 6' 5", 225 pound Adrien Robinson. "I like the fact that I can come in there and play early and help start a new program in the SEC. I would like to be a part of helping them build from the ground up."
Ole Miss' aggressive nature has also impressed
"Coach Freeze was probably the only coach to call me during
the break, but he called me once a week, like he always does. They just recruit
different than everybody else."
While the Rebels have maintained a
lead for Adrien since he took his official visit there in early December, Louisville
and Arkansas are still very much in the picture.
"I am going to Louisville
on January 19th and Arkansas on the 27th (of January)."
out about each program?
Louisville - "I
knew they threw the ball a lot, but now that their coach is gone, I will just
have to wait and see what they plan to do."
- "The have a good program coming up."
What about his instate
college, Indiana, are they still in the picture?
"No, I am not going
to have time to visit them because of basketball, so I narrowed it down to those
Any time frame for a decision?
after my last visit. I think it will be before signing day, for sure."
caught 28 passes for 432 yards and 3 touchdowns last season for Warren Central,
15-0 and winners of their fourth-straight AAAAA state title.
Indiana wide receiver/tight end Adrien Robinson has narrowed his choices to three schools:…