Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey has two recruits who have already made commitments in Rahim Moore and Johnathan Franklin, both having committed to hometown UCLA.
But the Dons aren’t done producing players, and two-way prospect Kalii Robinson (6-0, 190), is a sleeper that teams are keeping an eye on.
“Arizona State asked me for my highlight tape and Oregon State, Colorado State and Washington have all been sending me stuff,” said Robinson.
Robinson plays linebacker and fullback for Dorsey, but knows that safety is where his likely destination in college is.
“Some schools look at me as a linebacker, but I’ll probably play safety in college,” said Robinson.
Robinson said his only camping this spring was at the Los Angeles Nike Camp, along with passing league.
During his 2006 season, he had 65 tackles, an interception and five sacks.
Academically, he has a 3.0 GPA.