Last night was a big night for Nickell Robey. Robey, a four-star cornerback prospect from Frostproof High School, had a monster game in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Football Classic at Fireman's Field in Sebring, Fla. He had two interceptions including one in the endzone. Robey had a four-down stop for a loss on the goal line. He also caused and recovered a fumble late in the game to sit up the winning score.
"I just wanted to go out there and showcase my talent," Robey said. "This was a big game for me and I kind of took it personally because I didn't get selected in the national all-star games. I practiced hard and worked hard and came into the game and did what I had to do."
In terms of recruiting Robey has been committed to Georgia for some time. Since his decision to become a Bulldog he has also taken a visit to Tennessee. Where does Robey stand in the recruiting process?
"I am still looking around but I am still committed to Georgia. It's crazy right now and anything could happen. My options are open. I am looking for someone that I can really love and want to be a part of it. With Georgia I am just waiting to see what they do with the coaches. Tennessee and USF are definitely in it. That's it. USF is talking to me all the time. They like me a lot."