Tyree Robinson said he and his brother have not narrowed down their list of college choices and that they are still doing research on where the best football and basketball combination will be for them.
The San Diego (Calif.) Lincoln four-star athlete said all options are still on the table but the plan remains for he and his brother, Tyrell, to play two sports in college.
"We haven't narrowed it down, not at all," Robinson said.
"We'll narrow it down probably during the football season but right now we just have to see where all the offers come from and then plan our visits."
Robinson, a 6-foot-4, 180-pound recruit who'll probably play wide receiver in college, said official visits will definitely happen and that Oregon and Washington are in good shape to receive trips.
Other than those two, Robinson was not sure where he and Tyrell Robinson, a four-star linebacker who looked good this summer at the B2G Elite Camp, plan to visit.
Notre Dame was a strong consideration this summer but Robinson did not mention the Irish during a recent interview.
All of the Pac-12 schools along with Georgia, Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee and many others are involved in their recruitment.
"It's kind of easy to take our time because we want to see which schools will let my brother and I play both sports and just to see if there are going to be more offers on the table," Robinson said.
"The same schools are hitting us up. We know we have five visits so we're just trying to pick the schools we're really interested in. Oregon and Washington will for sure get visits."