Joe Robinson said Nebraska is by far the leader for his services but the Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral inside linebacker said he probably won't make his college decision until National Signing Day.
"They've been recruiting me since my freshman year and they've been showing me a lot of love," Robinson said. "Every time I talk to them I like what I hear, all the questions I ask them they answer in a positive way and my dad likes them too.
"The tradition stands out. The only thing they have out there is football so the whole fan base is all about football. That's what I like."
Nebraska is the top school for Robinson, a 6-foot-2, 243-pound prospect who also has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, BYU, Colorado, Mississippi State, Nevada, San Diego State, SMU and Washington. Rivals.com rates him No. 16 at inside linebacker nationally.
Official visits to Nebraska, SMU and Nevada will probably take place during or after Robinson's senior season and he'll figure out two others as well. He's pretty adamant that his commitment won't come until National Signing Day.
"I don't want to rush it," Robinson said. "The next four years will be the most important of my life."
The Huskers are definitely in front but Oregon or USC could be the major competition especially if either Pac-12 school offers. Robinson said getting an offer from the Trojans would be the biggest threat to Nebraska but the Huskers are still in great position so far.
"Hopefully, I can get the offer from Oregon and USC and then I'd be done figuring out my visits," Robinson said.
"That would play a big part especially with USC because they're in my backyard. Oregon is very close to offering because I'm fully qualified."