Colorado QB hopes to decide this week

Littleton (Colo.) Chatfield quarterback Zac Robinson committed to Kansas State prior to his senior season beginning. The multi-threat athlete has played receiver and other positions in his career, but was a standout as a quarterback this year for Chatfield. Now the 6-foot-2, 178-pounder is nearing a final decision on where he will play his college football.
"My visit to Oklahoma State this weekend was good," Robinson said. "We had a good trip and we really enjoyed it. I got to meet all of the new coaches. I didn't know any of them except for Coach (Mike) Gundy and Coach (Joe) DeForest."
Robinson will have a busy week this week as coaches from three schools will be visiting him in his home.

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"I have a few coaches coming in this week. Coach (Del) Miller (offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach) from Kansas State is coming this week on Tuesday. Coach (Larry) Fedora (offensive coordinator) from Oklahoma State is coming on Thursday and Coach (Bobby Jack) Wright (defensive ends coach)from Oklahoma is coming by Friday."
Robinson isn't rushing his decision.
"I'm kind of confused right now," he said. "Hopefully all of this will come clear in the next week. I'm done taking trips. I was going to visit Arizona State, too, but they got a commitment from someone else. Hopefully, I can make a choice soon."
As a senior, Robinson rushed for 1,078 yards and seven touchdowns. He also passed for 1,456 yards and 15 scores.