Syracuse Football: Visit put Orange ‘real high on my list,’ 4-star WR says

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Jason Robinson from California, a four-star wide receiver in the 2024 class, says in an interview that he has high interest in Syracuse football after recently taking a visit to the Hill.

The 5-foot-11, 160-pound Robinson, in an interview with the terrific SyracuseOnSI publisher Mike McAllister, had a lot of positive things to say about the Orange, the team’s coaching staff and the ‘Cuse facilities.

McAllister previously reported that Robinson was planning to take an unofficial visit to Syracuse football on April 12. Robinson is a junior at Long Beach Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, Calif.

Several recruiting services presently rate Robinson as a four-star prospect and a top-50 wide receiver in the 2024 cycle. Per his bio on, Robinson has received close to 30 scholarship offers from a range of high-major programs throughout his recruiting process.

Syracuse football recently welcomed 2024 four-star wide receiver Jason Robinson on a visit.

Last September, Robinson committed to Southern California out of the Pac-12 Conference. But in February of this year, he de-committed from USC and reopened his recruitment back up. Robinson said on Feb. 9, 2023, via Twitter that he had received a scholarship offer from the ‘Cuse coaching staff.

According to recruiting Web sites, besides Syracuse football, Robinson’s offer sheet includes two-time defending national champion Georgia, Arizona, Arizona State, California, Cincinnati, Colorado, Florida State, Miami, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, TCU, USC, Utah, Washington State, Penn State and Washington, among others.

Per McAllister’s story, while on his visit to the Hill, Robinson watched the Orange practice and met with Syracuse football coaches, including head coach Dino Babers, wide receivers coach Mike Johnson and Deon Maddox, the squad’s director of player development/alumni relations.

"Regarding his sit-downs with Orange coaches, Robinson said, “The meetings went real well. Very positive. Lots of info. Was very excited I was there. They wanted me to know that Syracuse wants me there and that coach Johnson and Babers talk about me a lot. What they see me doing in the offense. Also talked about making wise decisions that will be with me for the rest of my life.”"

When I penned this column, 247Sports had Robinson as the No. 49 wide receiver and the No. 29 player in the talent-rich state of California. The industry-generated 247Sports Composite placed him at No. 407 nationally, No. 58 at his position and No. 34 in California. had Robinson as the No. 41 wide receiver and the No. 23 prospect in California within the 2024 class.

The On3 Industry Ranking, meanwhile, ranked Robinson at No. 433 nationally, No. 74 at wide receiver and No. 33 in California.

Following his trip to Syracuse football, Robinson said of the Orange, “Increased my interest a lot honestly. Put them real high on my list.”

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