Fresh off a trip from the Great Lakes State to visit the Michigan Wolverines, four-star Panama City (Fla.) Bay defensive end, Janarius Robinson, hauled in an additional in-state scholarship offer from Al Golden and the Miami Hurricanes, a school he's eager to learn more about in the foreseeable future.
"I was working out at the school and my coach got a call (from Miami)," Robinson said. "I really don't know too much about them, but I'm looking forward to finding out more. I will visit in the fall or August."
The likes of Clemson, Florida State, Michigan, South Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Florida have pulled the trigger with verbal scholarship offers for the 6-foot-5, 230-pound pass-rusher, who relishes the whole recruiting process.
"It's been really cool," Robinson said. "I just have to keep God first in everything that I do. If it wasn't for him, none of this would be happening."
The rising junior has a busy couple of months ahead of him, as he tries to get out on the road to pay back nearly a handful of his college suitors with unofficial visits.
"I know that I'm going to the Rivals Camp on July 12," Robinson said. "I'm trying to visit Alabama, Auburn and Florida State. But if I can't get to a lot of schools, I'm going to hit them during the fall so I can get the game experiences."
Miami is the latest school to offer 2016 Panama City (Fla.) Bay four-star pass-rusher, Janarius Robinson, a prospect with a over a dozen scholarships on the table early on.
Miami is the latest school to offer 2016 Panama City (Fla.) Bay four-star DE, Janarius Robinson.