Four-star athlete prospect and the plum of the Arizona Wildcat recruiting class, Gerell Robinson (6-4, 210, 4.58) from Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton has opened up his recruitment and is no longer a Wildcat pledge.
"I just talked to my parents and then to the Arizona staff," Robinson said. "After talking to both parents and Arizona, I made it official.
"I opened my recruitment up because I have decided to play wide receiver on the collegiate level," Robinson said. "If I wanted to play quarterback then Arizona would be the place for me.
"There were a lot of schools that were recruiting me, but I kind of shielded myself because I was an Arizona commit," Robinson said. "I am very open right now to all schools. I am looking at schools that pass the ball and can incorporate my style of play.
Some of the schools that are in the thick of it for Robinson are Arizona State, Cal, Oregon, USC, Oklahoma and Georgia Tech.
Robinson has set up two visits one to Oregon on November 3rd and the other to Georgia Tech during the Thanksgiving break on November 23rd.
Robinson is one of the reasons that Hamilton is a perfect 6-0. He has played both quarterback and wide receiver. He has approximately 400 receiving yards and six touchdowns.
As a quarterback, Robinson has thrown for about 400 yards and two passing touchdowns. He has rushed for 200 yards and has added two touchdowns on the ground.
Thus far this season, Robinson hasn't played safety, but now that the schedule is toughening up don't be surprised to see him playing both ways over the next few weeks
Playing safety in college is also an option for Robinson. He was an all-state selection as a junior when he accounted for 72 tackles and picked off eight passes for a state championship team.
Is it all over for Arizona?
"Arizona is still an option and they are among my top three schools," Robinson said. "Oregon and Arizona are two of the schools and everyone else is at third.
Whoever lands Robinson will be getting a player who has outstanding bloodlines. His uncle is Glen "Big Dog" Robinson of Purdue and NBA fame.