Florida fans hopes Robinson is as slipper to corral on the field because the Gators are in dire need of playmakers in 2013. In 2012, just two wide receivers caught touchdowns as Florida's passing offense ranked 114th nationally.
Of Florida's five wide receivers in the 2013 class, Robinson, ranked No. 10 at his position by 247Sports, will be the only one to enroll early. This will give him a chance to learn the offense and adjust to the speed of the game before his fellow freshmen wideouts arrive for fall camps.
Already, Robinson is regarded as a strong, polished wide receiver that can stretch the field.
Rankings 247 Composite: 96.
National overall: No. 77, National by position: No. 10, State overall: No. 7
Matt Rolin, LB, Briar Woods, Ashburn, Va.
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 210 Class: 2013
Recruiting Buzz: Rolin changed his commitment from South Carolina to Florida in December, a little less than a month after he suffered a torn ACL in his knee.
Now enrolled in Gainesville, Rolin can work with Gators' medical personnel and training staff to rehabilitate the injury and likely set his sights on the 2014 season.
When healthy, Rolin is a tall, rangy and explosive player capable of playing the run or pass. He also played wide receiver in high school, so he has good ball skills.
Rankings 247 Composite: 93.
National overall: No. 147, National by position: No. 13, State overall: No. 6
Jordan Sherit, DE, Hillsborough
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 240 Class: 2013
Recruiting Buzz: Sherit had 110 tackles, 14 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, and 5 fumbles recovered as a junior.
But his chance to build on those numbers ended abruptly in early October when he tore his ACL to end a stellar career at Hillsborough. He had made 31 consecutive starts prior to his senior season.
When healthy, Sherit is a rangy pass-rushing end. Now, he will have to rehabilitate his knee and work to build his upper-body strength because his listed weight is generous.
If nothing else next season, Sherit will set the tone for the 2013 recruits in the classroom. He was a straight-A student who carried a 5.7 grade-point average.