Chance J. Robinson, a four-star Class of 2024 receiver from Ft. Lauderdale’s St. Thomas Aquinas High School who committed to Miami in April, will he taking an official visit to Penn State this weekend, he tweeted late Tuesday night.
— Chance J Robinson (@ChanceJRobinso1) May 31, 2023
The 6-foot-1.5, 190-pounder also has official visits scheduled to Florida (June 9) and Miami (June 23).
Penn State offered Robinson this past Thursday.
Along with Penn State, Miami and Florida, Robinson has offers from schools such as Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Boston College, Colorado, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, NC State, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Pitt, SMU, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Utah and West Virginia.
Robinson caught 29 balls for 540 yards and 13 touchdowns last season and helped St. Thomas Aquinas to a 14-0 record and state championship.
Another big part of that team, safety King Mack, is signed to Penn State’s 2023 class.
In a report, 247Sports’ Director of Scouting, Andrew Ivins, described Robinson as “a game changer on Friday nights that has waited his turn at one of South Florida’s top powerhouses.”
“Looks much bigger than his 6-foot-1.5, 190 pound listing as he’s thick throughout the torso, but not necessarily in a bad way…” Ivins wrote. “Wins at the line of scrimmage with a fine-tuned release as the quick stabs and jabs with his feet tend to keep defensive backs guessing.”
Penn State’s 2024 Class, which is 14 strong, ranked No. 7 in the country according to 247. Penn State doesn’t have a received committed to the class yet, but it does have two players from Florida committed— four-star Jon Mitchell and three-star Antoine Belgrave-Shorter, both from Jacksonville’s Mandarin High School.