Frostproof (Fla.) High School 2010 standout Nickell Robey picked up his second scholarship. Robey, 5-8 and 165 pounds, was first offered by Florida and now South Florida has offered as well.
"Those are my two offers," Robey said. "Right now I would say everyone is even. I am just enjoying recruiting right now. These teams seem to like how I play. I think Florida State is close to offering. Same with Virginia Tech."
Robey is an incredible athlete that plays a variety of different positions. He scored 17 touchdowns this season and in a variety of ways on kick returning, touchdown receptions, rushing and interceptions.
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"I had close to 2,000 all-purpose yards and I think I had a good year. I know I had more touches this season and I think I improved a lot with the ball in my hands. I run with more power. To be honest with you though, I like defense better. I like to hit people and showcase my talent on that side of the ball."
Robey says he plans on being busy this summer.
"I want to cam at Virginia Tech. I am also thinking about Boston College, Miami, Florida, FSU, and USF. I want to hit the camp circuit hard."
Robey and Frostproof lost in the state semi-finals to Pahokee this year.