Steven Robinson, the 6-foot-3, 307-pound three-star offensive guard from Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Fla., has narrowed his list to six schools with one standing out.
Robinson said he favors Florida State solidly over Georgia, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Clemson and Central Florida. All of his favorites have offered as well as Minnesota, Iowa State and East Carolina.
"My mom went to Florida State and I've had cousins that went there too," Robinson said. "They always have great offensive and defensive lineman and it just feels like home to me. The campus is great and I already get along with a lot of the players there."
Robinson says there's a 65 percent chance he'll end up at Florida State. "I want to feel comfortable and get a feel for the players' workout plan and their overall routine," he said. "I also want to live in a nice area, but whether it's a big city or small town doesn't matter."
He says that Central Florida is recruiting him the hardest. "They send a lot of text messages and really want me to come visit them this summer."
The only school that Robinson has already visited is Florida State and he attended the Down & Dirty Camp in Deland, Fla., from June 29 - July 1. Robinson took home the camp MVP award as well as the Biggest Effort Award.
One school that Robinson previously listed in his top five was Auburn, but he says that the Tigers are no longer recruiting him. "I like Florida State a lot right now, but I haven't really seen any of the other schools yet."
He reports a 3.1 core GPA and a 19 ACT.