Linebacker Greg Robinson out of Scotland (Pa.) Scotland School took his second of three straight official visits to Wisconsin this weekend. The 6-foot-2, 205-pounder with 4.5-second speed enjoyed his trip to Madison and was hosted by former Scotland School teammate Jarmal Ruffin.
"It was a good visit and really nice, it was pretty much like any other college," he said. "I got here on Saturday because of a game on Friday and mostly I checked out the academics. Then today I went to practice and met up with the coaches including new head coach Bret Bielema. I got to talk to him and it was pretty cool. I like that he really keeps it real and he won't pull your chain. He mostly asked me how my trip went."
Robinson enjoyed his time with his host Jarmal Ruffin.
"I've known him since I was in seventh grade and it was a really good to see him again," he said. "He just showed me around and talked to me about the coaches and how they'll do what's good for you."
On his visit, the two-star prospect saw how the coaches would use him.
"They discussed how I'd be either an outside linebacker or a running back," he said. "I don't really have a preference in their system, but I like that they are looking at me for more than one position as an athlete."
Overall Robinson rated his trip to Wisconsin an eight or nine.
"It was a good visit and there really was nothing else to say about it," he said. "I'd still say nobody has the advantage as I'm trying to see what the best fit is for me. Both Virginia last week and Wisconsin this week were nice, but I don't really compare them."
Next week the No. 44 player in Pennsylvania is headed to Rutgers.
"I like them because they offered and were interested when others weren't and that's really big," he said. "I'm still planning to take an official to Penn State sometime in January too. I like the school, coaches and system there."