The 6-foot-6, 200-pound Frisco, Texas native chose the Horned Frogs over a final group of Vanderbilt, LSU, and Virginia Tech.
“I ultimately chose TCU because I feel they made it evident to me that I was a top priority to them and they’ve been consistent in recruiting me for the past two years now,” Robinson said to On3. “Also, I trust in Coach Dixon’s ability and plan to help develop my game, and to help me be the best version of myself and be successful!
Robinson has a message to Frog fans.
“One thing I would say is that you are getting a competitor who will do whatever it takes to win. With the recent success that Coach Dixon and the program have been having, I’m looking to help take it to even further heights!”
He becomes the first player in the 2024 class to commit to Jamie Dixon and staff.
According to the On3 Industry Rankings, Robinson is the No. 87 overall prospect in the 2024 cycle. He’s also the No. 30 small forward prospect and the No. 5 player in Texas. The On3 Industry Ranking is a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.
Robinson Scouting Report
“Micah Robinson is a connective player. A wing forward who has a strong frame and explosive burst and enjoys doing the dirty work. Robinson is a multi-positional defender, able to slide his feet on defense, use his length in the passing lanes, or his strength to switch down and guard some fours. He is a good passer in transition, and he moves the ball well in the half-court. He can handle the ball in straight lines and attacks the rim with a purpose. Robinson needs to continue developing the jump shot, which is streaky right now. He also needs to work on his counters off the bounce and develop some more creativity in his handle. All in all, Robinson is a guy who fits in a lot of different roles and makes players around him better on both sides of the floor.” – On3’s Jamie Shaw