Junior college receiver prospect looks back on Tennessee official visit
Stephan Robinson made the long trek to Tennessee to evaluate the Vols. He left impressed.
“It was nice,” the receiver from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Junior College said as he began the 12-hour drive home on Sunday. “Atmosphere was crazy. The fans, a big stadium, the facilities were great. Everything was nice. The game was crazy. It was loud. Everybody was involved.”
Tennessee is still evaluating Robinson. He hasn’t yet received a scholarship offer from the Vols but could soon.
“They said they’d call me in the next couple of days when they decide,” the 6-foot,175-pound prospect said.
When asked what a Tennessee scholarship offer would mean, Robinson said, “That would be crazy.”
Robinson was joined on the visit by his teammate: 3-star defensive end/linebacker Jordan Bonner. He is thought to be highly interested in Tennessee. The Vols offered him a scholarship in October.
Robinson said he’ll take an official visit to Kansas this weekend. After that, he’s unsure where he’ll visit next.
It will be interesting to see if Tennessee offers Robinson a scholarship. Tennessee coach Butch Jones has repeatedly lamented their lack of depth at the receiver position this season.
The Vols will lose senior receivers Von Pearson and Jonathan Johnson after this season. Tennessee has two 3-star receivers committed: Jeff George from Dodge City Junior College (Dodge City, Kansas) and Brandon Johnson from American Heritage High School (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.).