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Sleeper ATH on the radar

After making a move to Klein (Texas) Oak High School from Spring, athlete Terrence Robinson had to play at the junior varsity level as a junior due to transfer rules.
However, this spring, he's gotten his name out there and attracted written and verbal offers. The 5-foot-9, 170-pounder who has played positions such as running back, receiver, cornerback, and even quarterback, has added his first written offers from Houston, New Mexico State, and TCU. He says schools such as Nebraska, SMU, and Tulsa have made verbal offers at this point.
"The other schools say their sending the paperwork," Robinson said. "They're all looking at me at different positions. Nebraska basically said they really don't know what position, but they want me. It could be corner or receiver. New Mexico State has said receiver, Tulsa has said running back or cornerback, and then Houston is running back or receiver.
"They've got me playing it all and quarterback also with the offense we run."
After sitting out for one season and playing junior varsity, Robinson says he was excited to get back with the varsity squad at Klein Oak.
"My sophomore year I played varsity at Spring," Robinson said. "I'm used to the speed. It was nice to get back to normal. I had a good time out there."
So far, Robinson says he's made an unofficial visit to Tulsa this past weekend. He says he's tryin to get to Houston this coming week with several other trips possible.
"My parents and I are going to set some more up but I don't know when because I'm taking summer school to get a class out of the way," Robinson said. "They do want me to visit some more schools."
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