Four-star wide receiver, FSU target decommits from Miami

It’s a tradition like no other, recruits decommitting from the University of Miami. Four-star defensive end Donell Harris backed off of his pledge to the Hurricanes on Thursday afternoon, while reclassifying to the 2020 class in the process, before four-star wide receiver Bryan Robinson reopened his recruitment minutes before midnight. The West Palm Beach native is the 29th prospect to decommit from UM over the 2019 and 2020 recruiting cycles (counting Harris in that list after his reclassification).

Robinson originally committed to Miami in July 2018 largely due to his relationship with former ‘Canes wide receivers coach Ron Dugans. We all know where Dugans resides now. Robinson would be a perfect fit in #Tribe20 alongside current commit Malachi Wideman. Adding another talent into that duo like four-star prospect Michael Redding and Dugans’ first full wide receiver class in Tallahassee would be a home run.

The 6-foot-1, 179-pound receiver has the ability to outrun defenders or go up over them to make acrobatic catches. Robinson holds onto tough passes in traffic and isn’t afraid to take a hit. A lot of his routes in high school have been either deep vertical routes or bubble screens. I’d like to see him in a more varied route tree. Has the shiftiness to break short catches into big plays and moves laterally at ease.

The four-star prospect caught 45 passes for 976 yards (21.7 YPC) and nine touchdowns as a junior at Palm Beach Central, the high school of current FSU defensive back Akeem Dent. It wouldn’t be surprising to see him take an even bigger step forward during his senior season.

Robinson is currently ranked as the No. 96 overall prospect, the No. 20 WR, and the No. 13 player in the state of Florida in the 2020 class by the 247Sports Composite ratings.

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