Sarasota (Fla.) Booker defensive back Ezra Robinson claims two early offers at this point in his recruitment.
"I have been offered by West Virginia and USF," Robinson said. "USF was first, then West Virginia."
The 6-foot, 174-pound prospect talked about being offered by Skip Holtz's program, the closest Division I school to his home.
"Coaches were just telling me they wanted to offer me and that they want me to come up to the school and see the campus and all that stuff," Robinson said. "I have been there before because it is so close but I haven't been there since we talked. I haven't been able to make any of their Junior Days."
The Sarasota native says that being the local school doesn't necessarily play in the favor of the Bulls.
"I am kind of guy that wants to go away," Robinson said.
One option away from home is the West Virginia Mountaineers. Bill Stewart and company have made their interest known to the Sunshine State defensive back.
"West Virginia just told me they wanted to offer me and that they want to let me play safety in their three safety set," Robinson said.
Unlike West Virginia, South Florida wants him as a cornerback. Robinson does have a preference when it comes to the two positions.
"I like cornerback better but I can play both," Robinson said.
In addition to his two offers, Robinson is hearing from a few other programs.
"North Carolina, Illinois, and TCU are also showing me interest," Robinson said. "Those are all I can think of off the top of my head."
At this time, Robinson has no unofficial visit plans. When he does begin to evaluate the schools interested in him and prepare to make a decision, his future in the classroom will play a significant role in his final decision.
"The big thing is going to be finding the right education for me," Robinson said. "I want to major in business and marketing."
As a junior, Robinson played both safety and cornerback racking up over 100 tackles and recording four interceptions.