Hampton (Va.) Phoebus linebacker Chaz Robinson continues to look for his first scholarship. The 6-foot-0, 200-pounder has a variety of colleges interested and is considering trips in the not too distant future.
"East Carolina and Marshall are showing me a lot of attention and Maryland is still in my corner," he said. "Marshall can't say anything about an offer, but they will soon once recruiting opens up. Old Dominion is interested in offering too, but all of these schools want me to send them early season film.
"They are making sure I'm a legit player."
Robinson mentioned a couple of possible visits soon.
"I'm supposed to go up to East Carolina in a couple weeks to check out their campus and meet the coaches and players," he said. "Sometime in October or November I'm going to Marshall for a visit as well."
Two schools stick out to the two-star prospect at this time.
"I really like East Carolina and Clemson," he said. "I think at East Carolina I would actually get a chance to play. With Clemson, I have always had a desire to become a Tiger. I would do anything to go to Clemson. I did talk to Coach Napier a couple weeks back, but he said he wants to see my highlight tape."
Robinson and Phoebus open the season next week on September 3rd against Gloucester.