Four-star wide receiver Bryan Robinson has signed his NLI to play collegiate football at Florida State:
Robinson is a talented 6’1 179 lb. receiver from Palm Beach Central High School in West Palm Beach, FL. He’s a top 200 player nationally according to the 247Sports composite rankings, and a top 30 wide receiver and a top 30 player in the state of Florida.
Florida State beat out offers from twenty other schools, including Alabama, Miami, and Pittsburgh to land Robinson. He is primarily recruited by Ron Dugans, who new head coach Mike Norvell recently retained from Willie Taggart’s staff. That relationship undoubtedly had an effect in getting Robinson into the fold. Robinson was once committed to Miami — or rather, arguably committed to Dugans when Dugans was coaching in Miami. After visiting FSU during its Saturday Night Live event this summer Robinson had this to say:
“The top. The top. Top team,” Robinson said when asked where FSU stood following the visit. Why?
“They’ve got Dugans,” he said.
To keep up with all of Florida State’s moves during this Early Signing Period, be sure to check back regularly with our tracker. Here’s Robinson announcing his decision before signing: