After being on the Florida coaching staff’s radar for over a year, four-star wide receiver Chance Robinson was extended an offer last Friday.
Robinson, whom the On3 consensus lists as the No. 22 player in the state of Florida, told On3 that Florida’s wide receivers coach Keary Colbert broke the news to him last week. The 6-foot-1-inch, 180-pound junior let Corey Bender know that Colbert is very close with Ron Hardge, his position coach at St. Thomas Aquinas.
That relationship is one of many that will be needed to have Robinson become a part of the Gators’ 2024 recruiting class. The first step is to get Robinson on campus for a visit, something that is currently in the works. Even though Robinson already took a visit to Gainesville last April, that was before holding an official offer from the Orange and Blue. They’ll have to fight off a number of schools to get Robinson on campus, though.
Robinson holds over 30 offers from programs such as Georgia, LSU, Texas A&M, Miami, Auburn, Ole Miss and Florida State, with the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine (RPM) giving the ‘Noles an edge with a 36.4% chance of landing Robinson’s services.
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