Klein (Texas) Oak athlete Terrence Robinson is back. After playing junior varsity as a junior because of transfer rules, Robinson showed why he has several Division I offers without a down on the varsity level.
"It's what I've been waiting for since the first grade," he said. "To be a senior, not an underclassman, is what I've been waiting on. It's your show – you are the main event."
Robinson rushed for 202 yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns in a win against Cypress Creek in the Panthers' opener last week.
While the Panthers are off this weekend, Robinson will be busy this week setting up visits. His most recent offer came from Wake Forest last week.
"They are my most recent, but I'm still very open," he said. "I'm starting to set up some visits. Right now my favorites are Oregon, Boston College, Nebraska, Wake and TCU, in no particular order."
Robinson made an unofficial visit to Boston College this summer.
"It went well up there," he said. "The weather was beautiful and the facilities are great. I'm looking for a school that needs someone to play early and a good fit for me."