Indianapolis (Ind.) Warren Central tight end Adrien Robinson took an official visit to Louisville last weekend. The 6-foot-5, 222-pounder enjoyed his time on campus, but the Cardinals appear to be falling out of favor with the three-star prospect.
"The trip was really good, I did like Louisville," he said. "I got there on Friday and went around campus, hung out with the players who talked a lot about academics.
"My host was Harry Douglas. He was really cool and I got along with him well. He told me about the new coaching staff and how you can talk to them if you need to about anything."
While on the visit, Robinson was able to meet with new head coach Steve Kragthorpe.
"He seemed cool," he said. "In the meeting I went to with him, he didn't say too much, but he did tell me if I went there I'd play a flex tight end position. Personally, I don't want to play tight end. Before, coach Petrino and Brohm were looking at me as a receiver. I'd say that is a factor for me, since I really don't want to play tight end. I will think about it though."
The trouble for the No. 7 prospect in Indiana isn't with his position, instead it's in relation to his offer.
"The big thing that I'm having trouble with the new coaching staff is that they haven't officially offered me," he stated. "Right now they are talking about greyshirting and then I won't find out for another week whether I'll have an official offer."
Meanwhile, Robinson has cancelled an official to Arkansas.
"I was going to go there, but now I don't think I'm going to go any more."
At this time, Robinson's leaders appear to be Cincinnati and Ole Miss.
"Louisville was my leader, but now it's up in the air," he said. "Time is coming down and I've got to make a decision."