While still committed to Virginia, albeit a soft verbal commitment, Salem, N.J. linebacker Lamont Robinson is still taking visits and looking around. What's he looking for? How about "that feeling"?
"I'll be 100-percent committed to a school when I get that feeling," said the 6-foot-2, 220-pounder. "It's hard to explain. I am looking for everything to fit. I want to be comfortable and have wherever I go feel like home to me."
Robinson has already been on official visits to Georgia, Ohio State and Oklahoma and has trips left to Iowa (Jan. 14) and Virginia (Jan. 21) before he'll make his final decision. Did he not get "the feeling" on his first three visits?
"That's a good question," he laughed. "I had a great time on all three trips and I really liked Oklahoma and Georgia quite a bit. Maybe I got the feeling and didn't know it. I guess that's why you take all five visits."
So what is Robinson looking for in a school?
"I'm not sure what it will really come down to," he said. "I want all the things everyone wants -- good academics and support, good people and a chance to play football at a winning program. I'm still committed to Virginia because they offer all of that, but right now I'm taking my visits and meeting some great people and having fun."
Robinson said he'll decide for sure after his visit to Charlottesville. He is ranked as the No. 4 player in the state of New Jersey and No. 10 outside linebacker in the country.