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4-star Ta’Mere Robinson Sets Commitment Date

Photo courtesy of Treyaun Webb’s Twitter account

Ta’Mere Robinson, a four-star athlete who took an official visit to Penn State this weekend, announced his commitment date via Twitter, and the day is July 15.

Miami, Penn State and Virginia Tech make up Robinson’s top three.

Both of 247Sports’ “crystal ball” projections have Robinson committing to Penn State, albeit both were placed back in February.

was placed Penn State offered Robinson in April of 2020, when he was still a high school freshman.

Robinson had a disappointing 2021 season, but not because of his play. His year ended in mid-October after he had surgery to repair his ACL and MCL.

When he’s healthy, Robinson can play practically everywhere on Brashear’s defense, whether that’d be on the edge, inside or outside linebacker, at safety or at slot corner.

If Robinson picks Penn State he’ll be the second western Pennsylvania product in the school’s 2023 class, with Chartiers Valley former Lamont Payne being the other.

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