Three-star Hutto defensive end Ondario Robinson narrowed his list Wednesday night and the Texas Longhorns are among the four still in contention.
Interviews after 11 AM tomorrow! Thank you and God bless! pic.twitter.com/zhCBlodNUy— Ondario Robinson (@O_Robinson25) July 14, 2016
Robinson recently named Texas A&M his leader and was in College Station for the Aggies’ recruiting barbeque. Robinson unofficially visited Texas only days earlier. With Robinson located in the Round Rock area, it shouldn’t be difficult for Texas to get the nation’s No. 31 strong-side defensive end back on campus for another visit or two before the season starts.
Following his July 6 visit to the Forty Acres, Robinson told 247Sports ($) what he wanted to see from the Longhorns.
“They need to tell me and let me know in detail where I would stand in their defense and explain their defense to me,” Robison said. “They need to explain their program’s stability. Impress me.”
Additionally, Robinson said he wanted to see Texas win, which has become a theme among 2017 recruits.