Syracuse Football: 4-star wide receiver is high on Orange, eyeing fall visit

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Jadyn Robinson, a four-star wide receiver in the 2025 class from the west coast, says in an interview that Syracuse football is among the schools recruiting him the hardest, and he’s looking at a potential visit to the Hill this fall.

The 5-foot-9, 155-pound Robinson, a top-500 national prospect in his cycle, disclosed a scholarship offer from the Orange coaching staff this past March. According to recruiting services, his offer sheet also includes Texas, Utah, San Diego State, Arizona, Colorado, California, UConn, Arizona State, Pittsburgh, Washington State and Hawaii, among others.

Per a recent article by analyst Charles Kang of The Juice Online on the network, these days, those suitors in the most frequent contact with Robinson are Syracuse football, Texas, Utah, California and Oregon State.

“Syracuse has been showing me a lot of love,” Robinson told Kang.

Syracuse football is prioritizing 2025 four-star wide receiver Jadyn Robinson.

Robinson is the younger brother of 2024 four-star wide receiver Jason Robinson Jr., who had the Orange in his top 10 and officially visited the ‘Cuse before verbally committing to Pac-12 conference team Washington in late June.

In the 2022 season, both Jason Robinson Jr. and Jadyn Robinson suited up for Long Beach Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, Calif. However, in 2023, they have moved to San Juan Hills High School in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., for Jason’s senior stanza and Jadyn’s junior term.

The Orange’s wide receivers coach, Michael Johnson, has forged a strong relationship with the Robinson brothers, and he’s the lead recruiter for Jadyn.

According to Kang, Jadyn Robinson plans to visit the SU campus this fall, and he’s aiming to do so when Syracuse football hosts Atlantic Coast Conference powerhouse Clemson on Saturday, Sept. 30, at the JMA Wireless Dome.

I’ll continue to monitor if and when Robinson goes on a visit to Central New York. By the way, if you want to track how he and San Juan Hills fare in the 2023 season, you can do so via the MaxPreps Web site.

When I wrote this piece, rated Robinson as four stars and the No. 50 wide receiver in his class. The industry-generated 247Sports Composite placed him as the No. 408 national prospect in the 2025 cycle, while the industry-generated On3 Industry Ranking put Robinson at No. 458 around the country.

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