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Brashear 2023 4-Star LB Ta’Mere Robinson Releases Top 10 Schools



Brashear linebacker Ta’Mere Robinson, one of the top juniors in the country, has taken the first step in determining his future school.

The 4-star national recruit announced on Thanksgiving night his Top 10 schools. Robinson says that these are the ten schools that he will be focusing on (no order)- Pitt, Texas, Ole Miss, Penn State, Notre Dame, Michigan, South Carolina, Ohio State, Cincinnati and West Virginia.

“I just want to take the time to say I am thankful for all the schools that offered me an opportunity to come and play for them, but me and my family decided it’s time to start narrowing down to a few schools! Happy Thanksgiving!,” said Robinson.

In terms of schools he’s visited, Robinson has made unofficial visits to Pitt, Penn State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State and West Virginia.

Of his ten finalists, Pitt, Penn State, Ohio State, Notre Dame and Michigan have been recruiting Robinson hard from the start and would seem to be in a good spot with him.

Courtesy Ta’Mere Robinson

Courtesy Ta’Mere Robinson

Robinson is rated by Rivals as the No. 1 junior in the state of Pennsylvania and the No. 59 overall junior in the country.

Unfortunately Robinson’s recruitment has been stalled over the last month as he’s not been able to get out an make any visits because he’s currently recovering from a torn ACL and MCL.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Krackerjack Kid
Krackerjack Kid
2 years ago

That’s great and all that he’s considering Pitt. But why do these players feel the need to release a “top 10”? Why not wait till you have a top 5 or 3 and go with that? In addition, in this age where players commit, decommit, and recommit, and then open up their recruiting again, this really means little. It’s a lot of pomp and circumstance. When it comes to recruiting I used to be really interested. I still am I suppose, but until a kid is on campus and enrolled, it all really means little. I can’t imagine what the… Read more »

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