There was a time not long ago when Jeff Robinson was considering a large number of high-major programs to select from, but that's all changed. The 6-foot-5, 205-pound small forward/shooting guard from St. Patrick High School in Columbus, N.J., has trimmed his list and only four remain.
"Miami-FL, Memphis, Indiana and Connecticut are my final four schools," said Robinson. "All have offered me a scholarship. I have already taken an unofficial visit to Memphis and had a great time. I looked at the school, watched the players practice and talked to the trainer.
"Memphis is the leader," he added. "I am going to take another unofficial visit this month, but I don't know when that will happen. I am probably going to be visiting Miami-FL before the month runs out."
Robinson, the No. 136 ranked player in the class of 2007, would love nothing more than to get a good look at the final four schools on his list before making a decision about his future. As previously mentioned, the three-star prospect has already been to Memphis, but Robinson might make a return trip in the fall.
According to Robinson, the No. 39 ranked small forward in the class, he doesn't know when he will make a decision.
"I would like to officially visit all four schools, but I don't know if that will happen," said Robinson. "I might just take three official visits, but I don't know yet. I am really not sure when I will decide on a school.
"I have Nike Camp and the NBA Players camp coming up, so that is my focus right now," he added. "As far as making a decision goes, I have no idea when that will happen."