Darius Robinson just wants to be safe and make sure. This cornerback committed to Clemson may still make two official visits over the final two weekends leading up to National Signing Day on February 3rd. Robinson, 6-0 and 170 pounds, is a four-star cornerback prospect from Atlanta Westlake in Georgia.
"I have a little doubt running in my head and I am still contemplating two visits," Robinson said. "I may visit Georgia Tech, Auburn or both schools."
The Yellow Jackets were his latest offer, as that came in yesterday (Saturday) to give in 34 in all. Meanwhile, Auburn offered back in early December.
"They (Georgia Tech) have more offers with the guys going (to the NFL) early. I know a lot about them. I played with Morgan (Burnett) my freshman year and Mario Edwards went to Westlake. It's Georgia man and it's home. Tech is about 20 minutes away and my parents love them. I may also qualify for Hope scholarship. I also love the coaches, the atmosphere, they have great academics.
"Auburn offered about six weeks ago. Every since then they have thrown everything at me. I mean they contact me more than anyone. (QB) Cam Newton just signed with them and they have like the No. 3 rated recruiting class in the nation. They are going to be the team to beat in the SEC. Coach (Ted) Roof and the defensive coaches are good and very friendly. Auburn is a football town."
Though he sounds very high on the Tigers and Jackets it will still be tough for those two schools to pry him away from Clemson, especially after his visit to the Tigers last weekend.
"It was great. The thing I love is that everyone is one big family. Clemson will take care of me. Everyone is happy there. I can get a good degree. They have good coaches and players. It's a real team.
"If I had to sign today it would be Clemson. I mean I feel 100% to them. I didn't want to make any other visits but I just want to make sure."
Robinson did visit Kentucky back in early October but he says that visit was to go along with teammate Eric Simmons, who has since committed to the Wildcats.
This season Robinson missed the first four games with an ankle sprain. He mainly played safety this season, recording 50 tackles, two interceptions, two blocked field goals and scoring off a punt return and fumble.