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Did OSU visit change Robinsons mind

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Salem, N.J., linebacker Lamont Robinson did not have much time to talk as he was headed off to basketball practice, but he did share some thoughts on his official visit to Ohio State.
"It went well," Robinson said. "Everybody was real cool. The coaches were real cool. Nobody made you feel like they were better than you. Ohio State just speaks for itself."
Asked if he might change his commitment from Virginia to Ohio State, Robinson said, "Ohio State had a chance to present themselves. I'm still committed to Virginia. But Ohio State's not out of it."
Robinson committed to Virginia, but made an official visit to Georgia Nov. 27 and plans to visit Oklahoma Dec. 10.
The 6-foot-2 and 220 pound Robinson was in a car accident last May and missed the first half of his senior football season. He had fractured bones in his neck and back.
Robinson is the No. 10 outside linebacker prospect in the Rivals.com player rankings and the No. 5 prospect in the state of New Jersey.
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