Two-star linebacker Greg Robinson took his first of three straight official visits last weekend to Charlottesville. The 6-foot-2, 205-pounder out of Scotland (Pa.) Scotland School really enjoyed his trip to Virginia.
"It was a really nice visit and the coaches are really good," he said. "I got there on Friday late and ate with the team and then chilled with the players Friday and Saturday night. I hung out with my host Cedric Peerman and other players. It was fun just being a Cavalier for the weekend.
"On Saturday I took an academic tour and then on Sunday I went to breakfast and met with Al Groh. My conversation with him was really good and basically he told me that a lot of people can play football, but I also fit in to Virginia as a person."
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What stood out about Robinson's trip to Virginia?
"I liked how all the recruits were together and they treated us like we were part of the team," he said. "I have been there for a game, but I've never been around the team and atmosphere and that was what this visit was."
The No. 44 player in the Keystone state rated his trip a nine.
"I don't think anything can be perfect," he said. "I'm going to Wisconsin and Rutgers next and I want to be able to compare them. I like Wisconsin because they were my first offer and I feel I should at least visit them out of respect to see what they have to offer. I really like the coaches at Rutgers and I feel I fit in there too."
One other school Robinson continues to look at is Penn State.
"They've been very busy with their bowl game coming up, so I haven't talked to the coaches in a little while. I'm not really in a hurry to make a decision anyway," he said. "I do really like Penn State. It's crazy there and I've been visiting them since I was young."