'20 AZ RB - Bijan Robinson (Verbal Offer)

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    I have a great feeling about this kid and it seems that he is one who the coaches really like. I love his game! So smooth and has great burst! I personally think he’s the best back in the country.
     
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    This is my top RB! Want!
     
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    Rivals analyst Sam Spiegelman writes that uncommitted four-star 2020 RB Bijan Robinson is "undoubtedly a priority" for Texas, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Michigan and USC.

    Spiegelman refers to Robinson as a "steady riser" of a recruit. We saw this play out tangibly when Rivals released their revised rankings for the 2020 cycle this week, with the 6-foot, 200-pound Tucson native bumping up three spots in their positional rankings. He now stands as the outlet's No. 4 running back in the class and their No. 26 overall prospect (very much on the borderline of five-star status). He'll have a chance to push even higher with a strong performance at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge in Atlanta later this month. Robinson is an open-field magician, one who not only knows how to make it happen as a traditional runner, but also possesses strong receiving chops. 247Sports analyst Blair Angulo compares his playing style to that of Arizona Cardinals RB David Johnson.
     
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    We’ll start with the weekend’s highest-ranked visitor, Salpointe Catholic (Tucson, Ariz.) 5-star running back Bijan Robinson. First, there’s this idea that Robinson isn’t wanting to leave the West Coast for college, and the fact that he’s told Ohio State repeatedly he wanted to visit Columbus and then followed through on that desire without incident is telling. There were some rumors on Friday night that Robinson wasn’t making the trip, but there was no validity to any of that talk and there was no concern from the Ohio State point-of-view that he wasn’t going to arrive.

    Robinson is flying back to Tucson now and responded to Lettermen Row’s request for an update by letting us know he’d provide some feedback on his trip when he landed in Arizona. What he did say was that the trip was “great,” and multiple sources close to the Ohio State side confirmed that, underscoring the point that Robinson has always expressed real interest in the program and that this never felt like a guy taking trips just for fun.

    Robinson visited the school with his mother and his grandparents, who certainly aren’t flying to Ohio for giggles. There is a serious interest from the Robinson camp in the Buckeyes.

    More on that later after a full conversation with Robinson.
     
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    I’m getting a little excited about this one..hope it’s not premature
     
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    Bijan Robinson made his official visit to Texas over the weekend, days after a trip to USC and a week after his lone visit to Columbus. Those three universities now comprise his final choices. Ohio State sources have been cautiously optimistic in their position since he left Ohio, but the Texas visit definitely has remained a concern as the Buckeyes wait for the final word from the 5-star running back. Ohio State still feels good following his visit with the Longhorns, but so does Texas and USC.
     
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