Alex Robinson cuts List down to Six Schools

2014's Alex Robinson pictured above, will make a huge impact on whichever college campus he chooses.

Recently, one of the top point guards in the class of 2014 cut his list to six schools. The 6’1, 175 lb point guard out of Timberview High School, in Arlington Texas, Alex Robinson announced that he will make his college choice between Memphis, Pittsburgh, Texas A&M, TCU, Vanderbilt and Florida State. Ranked #10 at the point guard position, Robinson brings alot of intangibles to whichever program he chooses. This four star guard averaged 18.5 points, 4 rebounds, and 6.7 assists in his junior year.


Texas A&M is making the biggest play for Robinson so far, sources have indicated. He has visited the College Station campus, and the Aggies also went to Robinson for an in-home visit. “They're like a family, man,” he said. “They show you a lot of love. If they want you, they show you a lot of interest. They're definitely in the mix.” Despite the Aggies' full-court press, Robinson isn't ready to make a commitment anywhere. Should be noted, the Aggies are close to home for Robinson, which could be a big plus to his eventual decision.

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Adam Zagoria