Five-star wing Robinson headed to SEC

THE LIST: Class of 2014 Rivals150
Over the next 30 hours, many of the nation's top uncommitted players in the class of 2014 will be taking themselves off the board. Five-star Devin Robinson got the party started on Wednesday afternoon.
During a press conference at Christchurch (Va.) High, the 6-foot-8 small forward announced that he would be playing his college ball for Billy Donovan and the Florida Gators.
A bit of a late-bloomer, Robinson put himself on the national radar in the summer of 2012. During the spring and summer of 2013 he blew the doors off the national radar as he stormed his way from just outside of the national top 100 all the way to No. 20.
With his 6-foot-8 size, plus athleticism and deep shooting range, Robinson has considerable upside. He lacks strength currently, but he can put the ball on the floor, is a playmaker for others and is a very dangerous transition finisher.
He isn't exactly Chandler Parsons, but it's hard not to see the Gators eventually using him in a fashion similar to how they used the former five-star recruit and current Houston Rocket.
With Robinson in the fold, Donovan and his staff have landed an impressive recruiting class. Robinson joins No. 26 Brandone Francis and No. 38 Chris Chiozza in a group that will rate highly when team rankings for 2014 debut later this week.
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