Virginia junior has no shortage of attention

The greater Washington, D.C., area, or DMV, is always loaded with talent. Over the weekend, Rivals.com caught one of the area's top juniors, Stanford Robinson, in action.
A versatile 6-foot-4 wing, Robinson is capable of wearing many hats but chooses to focus on what his deep Fairfax (Va.) Paul VI team needs most out of him.
"I think I'm a scorer but on this team we have a lot of scorers," Robinson told Rivals.com. "We like to share the ball too and right now I'm being more of a distributor."

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Currently ranked No. 96 nationally in the class of 2013, Robinson is pretty good with his self evaluation.
His strength is getting the ball on the wing and making decisive, scoring moves to the basket while using his jumper to keep defenders honest. But, he's also become a pretty good playmaker for others and learned to take better care of the ball.
There's been no shortage of recruiting attention either.
"Recruiting is going great right now," said Robinson. "I have some Big East and ACC schools offering me scholarships."
More specifically, Robinson claims offers from Miami, Marquette, N.C. State, Virginia Tech, Villanova, USF and Xavier. He also mentioned Syracuse as another that is starting to take a closer look.
As for making a decision, Robinson says not to expect one any time soon. He's still just a junior and hasn't yet really looked at what will be most important to him.
"It's still early for me," said Robinson. "I don't think I'll commit until at least he beginning of my senior year."
"We really haven't sat down and talked about it yet. I really feel like I can fit anywhere."