GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida has a few commitments making final decisions on National Signing Day, and Aaron Robinson is one of them.
The cornerback from Deerfield Beach (Fla.) pledged to UF last summer and unofficially visited the school on Jan. 22. However, he took a trip to Alabama last weekend and is considering the Crimson Tide.
“He’s still mulling it over,” said Robinson’s coach, Jevon Glenn.
Glenn said Robinson will announce at 10:30 on Wednesday morning during a ceremony at the school. Glenn isn’t sure what the deciding factors will be.
“I really don’t know,” he said. “Aaron is quiet, laid-back guy. It could be the smallest of things that sway him one way or the other.”
Despite that, Glenn expects Robinson to stick with the Gators.
“I assume he’s going to stay,” Glenn said. “It was Florida for so long, and then these other schools came in. When Alabama calls, you gotta listen. I would have if I was a kid. But at the same time, Florida was on him before everybody.”
UF commits Vosean Joseph, Lamical Perine and Jeawon Taylor are also announcing final decisions Wednesday, and Alabama is the other hat on the table for Joseph and Perine. Two other future Gators, Jeremiah Moon and Rick Wells, solidified their pledges to Florida over the weekend.
Shavar Manuel said he’s solid to the Gators and intends to sign with them when reached by SEC Country, but has told other outlets he will decide between Florida and Florida State.
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