Hampton (Va.) Phoebus cornerback DeNathian Robinson took his second and last official visit of the season this weekend to Marshall. After having a solid trip to Ohio last weekend, what did the 5-foot-10, 161-pounder think of his visit to Huntington?
"It was a good visit and I liked the team, players, coaches and facilities a lot," he said. "I got there on Friday and ate and then hung out with my host Shawn Lauzon. He was a cool dude and he basically told me Marshall is a good place to go and told me just to make the right decision because it's the biggest one of your life.
"On Saturday, I checked out the facilities and then went around Huntington. Later that day, I played basketball with Shawn and also toured the campus. Finally, today I had breakfast and met with head coach Mark Snyder. My conversation was really good with him particularly because there was no pressure and he just wanted me to make the best decision for me."
The two-star prospect rated his trip to Marshall a solid nine.
"It was a nice place and they have an opening at cornerback for me," he said. "In comparison to Ohio, Marshall is a city campus while Ohio is a school campus, but both schools are all about the football teams. Right now both schools are even and I'm going to have to sit down and make a decision in the next few days."
Robinson expects to have a decision by Wednesday.