Keith Dambrot is looking to add multiple forwards to his Class of 2020 and one of his main targets was in town over the weekend.
2020 forward Trey Robinson (6’7”, 185) from Hamilton, Ohio, made an official visit to Duquesne over the weekend. The Dukes are one of his final three teams along with Toledo and Northern Kentucky.
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”I really liked it”, Robinson told Pittsburgh Sports Now. “We arrived there on Thursday. I really liked the coaches, they were really good. They were really interested in player development and improving skills, all of that. Plus, the campus was super nice as it’s in downtown Pittsburgh.”
During our talk, I asked Robinson if there is something that really stands out to him about the Duquesne program?
”When I was cutting down my list of schools, I really liked the league that Duquesne plays in, it’s really good. Plus, I really like Coach Dambrot and his entire staff, they’re great.”
As far as the type of player he is, a scout tells PSN that Robinson is “long, versatile, a good ball handler and passer. He has good upside. Trey is a modern day wing, can play 1-4.”
While recruiting him, Dambrot is being honest to Robinson as far as where he sees him fitting in.
”They’re telling me they like my size and how I’m a versatile player,” said Robinson.
”They said I could get immediate playing time if I work hard enough. But it’s a good team and they play in a good league so it’ll be harder to get those important minutes right away. If I pick Duquesne, that’s a challenge I’d look forward to.”
Robinson tells us that he’ll start his last official visit to Toledo on Wednesday and is hoping to make his college decision before the end of the month.
“I’m really looking forward to making a decision, who knows maybe I’ll decide a few days after my visit.”
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— Trey Robinson (@ttrentt24) March 21, 2019