Robinson working to narrow list

Since the conclusion of his spring, Delray Beach (Fla.) Village Academy wide receiver Devonte Robinson hasn't taken any visits. He is hoping to change that in the near future.
"I am trying to get to at least three colleges this summer," Robinson said. "I want to get to West Virginia, Wake Forest, and Bowling Green, as of now."
Those three schools have all offered the South Florida wide receiver and are joined on his list of 15 offers by Connecticut, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Georgia State, Illinois, Memphis, Southern Methodist, Tulane, Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky, and Western Michigan. At this stage, he isn't ready to narrow things down.

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"I don't have leaders," Robinson said. "I just want to visit more schools and learn more about schools so I just have a chance to learn about schools and separate them from one another."
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound wideout hopes to bring his list down from 15 offers to around five favorites by the end of the summer.
"I want to at some point during the summer narrow it down to a top five and find out which ones I really like and which ones really like me," Robinson said. "I am going to try and build a good relationship with those coaches and go from there."
As of right now, Robinson is pretty confident that he knows who four of those spots may be consumed by when he names his top five.
"From who I have been speaking to lately, I would say probably West Virginia, Bowling Green, Minnesota, Wake Forest, and a couple others trying for a spot," Robinson said.
With regards to a decision, Robinson intends to get it out of the way before he returns to action at Village Academy.
"I want to make a decision before my senior season starts so I can just focus on my team and our goals to try to win a state championship," Robinson said.
When he sits down with his family and coaches, Robinson knows what will separate his future home from the competition.
"First off is always going to be academics," Robinson said. "I also want to find a stable coaching staff. I want somewhere that I can come in and contribute, play right away. That is always a good thing."
During his junior season Robinson suffered a broken hand and only played the final six games of 2010. He finished the season with 28 receptions for 635 yards and nine touchdowns. He also had three rushing touchdowns.