Visiting Florida State, Alabama and Auburn in the same weekend would be tough to top, but that's exactly what Ohio State tried to do when they hosted David Robbins this weekend. Robbins is a 247Composite 3-star offensive guard from Glenelg, Maryland who is starting to garner serious attention from college football's big boys.
Follwing the aforementioned visits to Florida State, Alabama and Auburn last weekend, Robbins picked up an offer from the 'Noles. Needless to say, they are one of his top schools. "Right now Florida State, Maryland and Kentucky [are standing out]," Robbins told 11W.
While the Buckeyes have not yet offered, the visit was a productive one and Ohio State could be close to making the offer. Robbins called the visit "pretty good," highlighted by "getting to meet the coaches and just learn more about the program in general."
While Ohio State is not currently in Robbins top group of schools, they would "most likely" move up if they were to offer, he said. So could that offer be in the works for Robbins? "They want to see me camp," David said.
He added that he might be returning to Ohio State for camp this summer to earn the offer. Robbins said he's planning on committing at some point this summer, after he goes to a few more camps.
He's going through the whole recruiting process and said "there isn't one single factor (to which school he'll choose). It's all being considered with how close they are to home, history of the program, the coaches as well as the campus and obviously academics."
Expect Robbins to continue to pick up some more big offers before it's all said. He's got good size and mobility for a guard, which is what he's projected to play at the next level. Playing tackle in high school also means he has the versatility to play inside and outside. Another one of his biggest strengths is finishing blocks, check out his highlights: