Jeff Robinson, a 6-foot-6, 200-pound wing from St. Patrick's High School in Elizabeth, N.J., was inconsistent at the City of Palms tournament but came up with a number of big plays in the third place game.
The No. 68 ranked player in the class of 2007 knows he needs to be more consistent this season. The high-majors are watching him develop and his play this season determines what level he'll play at.
Robinson said he's in no rush to make any kind of decisions, unlike many of his junior classmates.
"I want to wait and pick the right school," Robinson said. "Some people de-commit because they are changing their mind. I want to wait and look at everything."
Robinson will look at everything involved with St. John's, Miami and Seton Hall. The four-star prospect said the trio of schools are recruiting him the hardest.
"They send me something like everyday, I talk to them like every other day and I see that at every game," Robinson said. "I talk to a lot of (other) coaches on the phone but I haven't had a lot of time to think about it because we are always practicing or doing something."
The junior said he doesn't have any immediate plans to see any schools at the moment.
"It's kind of cold right now so you wouldn't be able to see too much," Robinson said. "But Miami (saw me at the City of Palms). Maybe I'll go out there and see them."