The Longhorns will host one of the nation’s top 2014 offensive linemen on Saturday when Cameron Robinson (Monroe, La./Ouachita Parish) takes an unofficial visit.
The 6-foot-6, 320-pound Robinson will also participate in Sunday’s camp that will feature mostly 2013 Texas commitments and targets.
The man to thank for getting Robinson to Austin: offensive line coach Stacy Searels.
“We’ve talked a lot. I’m looking forward to getting to know him a lot better,” Robinson said. “I like him as a person When we talk he was a cool coach. That is one of the main reasons why I am coming to the camp this weekend is so I can get to know him better. I want to get to know him a lot better.”
Searels and the Longhorns have been hot on Robinson’s heels and attended one of his spring practices not too long ago.
It’s also one of the reasons Robinson holds the Longhorns in high regard.
“My top three in no order are Alabama, LSU and Texas,” he said.
Robinson already has offers from both the Crimson Tide and the Tigers and will surely get one in February when Texas begins handing out scholarships to the next class. He also reports offers from Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi State, TCU, Michigan and Washington.
“It’s just an honor and I am thankful for [all of the attention],” he said. “It’s a tribute to all my hard work that I put in.”