July 21, 2024

Dylan Robinson has chosen a date for his college announcement.

“July 18th is the date,” the 2025 California receiver informed Irish Sports Daily.

“It’s a pleasant feeling. I’m excited. “I finally get to commit.”

Robinson is in decision mode after official visits to Notre Dame, Utah, Washington, and UCLA.

UCLA was his final stop at the end of June.

“It was good,” the Bonita High School standout remarked about the experience. “It was good; good people, good staff, good visit for sure.”

Robinson paid a mid-week visit to Notre Dame prior to his UCLA visit, and the Irish have had regular touch with him since.

 

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“It’s been basically every day, I talk to them every day,” Robinson went on. “They’re putting me in touch with folks who attended there, alumni, and those who would follow in my footsteps for school. It’s been cool. I have learned a lot.

“It was really just about the path they took and just how it is in that path, and then specifically at Notre Dame, what it’s like going through those classes and whatnot.”

Over the last few months, Notre Dame head coach Marcus Freeman and receivers coach Mike Brown have also made a strong impression on Robinson.

“They’re awesome,” he said. “There are no complaints. “They’re definitely good people.”

While the Irish want the 6-foot-3, 195-pound speedster to play receiver, some of his other suitors see him as a defender.

“They’re actually going to let me go both ways at UCLA and UDub,” he told me.

That will be a significant element in his decision, but Robinson does not state that it will be the sole consideration.

“It’s going to be a decision that I have to make for sure if I want to play defense or receiver,” according to him. “I don’t know about deciding factor, but definitely a decision.”

Robinson does not appear to be under any strain as he prepares to make the news.

“Maybe a little stress. There are so many nice people to choose from, but I can see the conclusion, and everything will be OK.

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