Scout.com was contacted about 2010 prospect William Robinson from Riverdale Baptist High School in…
Robinson Ready for Season
William Robinson spent the summer at various camps and combines trying to improve his stock with college coaches. He focused hard on what coaches were teaching him and continued to work on his technique. By the end of summer he positioned himself to be one of the better linemen in the state of Maryland. "I knew I had to invest the time with the camps," said Robinson. "They are good for players not only to help with getting noticed by coaches but you stay in shape and get better as a player. I went to Maryland, Richmond, James Madison and West Virginia and thought I did well at each one." With his efforts, Robinson continued to hear for many FCS (formerly D-IA) and FBS (formerly D-IAA) schools. Although an offer has still eluded him Robinson knows it is just a matter of time. "I know for my conversations with college coaches and from talks with my high school coach and the college coaches that I am more than just on schools radar. It really comes down to their evaluation of me as a senior. I will be sending out my film of the first two or three games to all the interested colleges. If I do well an offer will be coming. It is up to me to perform. I will have the opportunity to be seen and evaluated. That is all I can ask for is to have the chance. The schools recruiting me the hardest right now are Richmond, James Madison, Morgan State, Maryland and North Carolina. Robinson is being recruited as both an offensive guard and tackle. "Most coaches are recruiting me as a guard because of my height but then they see my footwork and say I have the feet for the tackle position. Either position is fine for me. For my high school I will be playing the tackle position this year." After the first few weeks of the season Robinson will start to schedule his official visits based on the feedback and interest from the respective schools.
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