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4-star ATH Dylan Robinson announces his commitment date

Chad Simmons updated head shotby:Chad Simmons07/09/24


La Verne (Calif.) Bonita athlete Dylan Robinson has locked in a date to announce his college commitment. The No. 173 prospect in the On3 Industry Ranking is down to Notre Dame, UCLA and Washington and will commit to one of those schools on July 18.

“I am still working the final things out, but I am close,” Robinson told On3 about his decision. “There are good people at all three schools, and that is a main reason why these are my top three schools, so I have a lot to think about it. Each is a great school, so I have a lot to think about.

“My official visits to all three schools were great and each gave has a family atmosphere. The staffs are all three are great and when I go down my list, things cancel out because I like the same things about each school. It is really about the people at Notre Dame, UCLA and Washington. That makes it hard.”

So what puts the Irish, Bruins or Huskies on top next week?

“I have to lay everything out there and talk it out with my family. I will talk each possibility out and pray about it. Time is huge for me. That is why I am doing it a little later. I don’t want to commit, decommit and all, so I am taking a little more time to make sure of my decision.”

UCLA was the first school to offer Robinson. Washington was third to pull the trigger. Both offered under the old staff and the new staffs picked things right up with him. Notre Dame offered a little later, but all three schools have made the 6-foot-3, 190-pound four-star feel like a priority.

All three schools like Robinson as a wide receiver.

Robinson talks Notre Dame, UCLA and Washington

Notre Dame: “Notre Dame has an amazing staff, amazing culture and amazing academics. You know you are going to get great football at Notre Dame too. The people are Notre Dame are great to be around.”

UCLA: “The new staff is great. UCLA has great history and coach DeShaun Foster has a great vision and plan for the team. He is trying to get it back to what it was when he was there. Coach Foster is looking to do big things and I like his plan for the program.”

Washington: “The Washington staff is like an NFL staff. They have great experience, so I feel I could be developed there. It feels like family there and I like the staff. Coach Jedd Fisch turned Arizona around and at Washington, he just needs to keep things going. The staff is what makes Washington stand out.”