Robinson makes pledge to Pac 10 school

Robinson makes pledge to Pac 10 school

One of the top JUCO tight ends in the country heading into the season was Snow's Drew Robinson (6-5, 245). So far, with the Badgers now 5-1, the talented prospect has done nothing to disappoint and after getting an offer from a Pac 10 school he decided earlier this week he wanted to end the recruiting process...

"I got offered by Arizona about two weeks ago and after I weighed everything and thought about the situation, it was my best chance to play early," Robinson told JCFootball.com. "I called the coaches about three or four days ago and committed to them and they were really happy.

"They said they were excited to get me there and that they needed me to come in ready to start, so that's what I'm focused on other than my season."

In addition to his offer from Arizona, Toledo also offered the talented tight end this week and he was getting attention from Washington State, Oregon and Utah State.

After a redshirt season in 2008, Robinson posted six catches for 79 yards and one touchdowns last year, but this fall he's been much more productive hauling in 16 receptions for 175 yards and three touchdowns in only six games.

"I think I've done well, but there are always things to work on and get better," Robinson told JCFootball.com. "I feel like I've improved as a receiver and as a blocker. I've definitely gotten stronger and that's helped."

Robinson prepped at North Summit in Coalville, Utah and early on decided to continue his football career at Snow.

"It's a good school and they always produce good players here," Robinson said. "They always have D-1 coaches here recruiting and they get a lot of guys out and moved on to four-year schools so that was a big reason why I wanted to be here."

The talented tight end enrolled in the fall of 2008 and redshirted while adding some bulk to his huge frame.

Robinson will finish up his AA degree in December and he will have two years to play two when he arrives in Tucson.

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