Justin Robinson has joined a group of recent Providence recruits to cut his list of schools down to a more manageable number. Robinson’s final 6 are Creighton, Maryland, Providence, Temple, UNLV and Virginia Tech:
Providence has been on Justin Robinson since the winter and they have taken a team approach to his recruitment with a few different coaches keeping in contact with him. Providence was the first major offer for Robinson back in February. Robinson struggled early during the AAU season because he was nursing ankle and wrist injuries but he gutted it out and played through the issues. He plays for the always loaded Boo Williams squad on the EYBL circuit. The crafty left hander transferred from DC powerhouse Montrose Christian last summer to attend St. James School which is coached by the former Montrose Christian staff that Robinson played for his first two years of high school. Robinson led the team to a 22-5 record during the high school season.
Robinson is a pure point guard who is a floor general that can run a team. He is underrated at 119th with his 247sports composite national ranking in my opinion. Robinson recently told me that he will attend the CP3 Elite Camp August 7th-11th and doesn’t plan on any other camps but will begin scheduling visits soon.
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