Gators offer elite 2024 wide receiver out of South Florida

Four-star wide receiver Chance Robinson announced that he earned a scholarship offer from the University of Florida on Friday.

Robinson took to Twitter to share the good news, and Florida is now one of nearly two dozen Power Five schools pursuing him a year out from a decision. Auburn, Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, Miami, Michigan State, Missouri, Nebraska, UCF and Utah are among notable programs that have offered him, but Florida’s biggest competition might come from in-state in this race.

Florida State is considered the early favorite for Robinson and he’s already been to Tallahassee three times so far. He has plans to stop by Auburn on Jan. 28, so the Tigers might be a team to watch too.

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A consensus four-star recruit, Robinson plays at one of the top high school programs in the state of Florida and the country. St. Thomas Aquinas has produced several NFL players and countless Division I athletes over the past few decades and Florida would be wise to establish whatever pipeline it can with the school.

Robinson is ranked No. 110 overall on the 247Sports composite and is No. 20 among receivers in the class of 2024. The service’s standalone rankings are even higher on him, ranking Robinson at No. 54 overall and No. 6 among those at his position.

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