Class of 2015 offensive lineman David Robbins of Glenelg, Maryland was one of the many talented prospects in Columbus spending their Saturday morning on the Ohio State campus for an un-official visit.
"It was a good visit. I had a lot of fun and I really liked it." Robbins,a 6'3 295-pound all-state selection told Land-Grant Holy Land soon after ending his trip. "The offensive line here was really fit, and athletic which made me think I would be a good fit there." The three-star prospect added on what caught his eye while watching the Buckeyes get ready for their April 12th spring game at Ohio Stadium earlier today.
During his opportunity of getting an up close and personal view of what it would like to be suiting up in the scarlet and gray, Robbins had a chance to catch up with assistant coaches Larry Johnson and Ed Warinner, who both didn't shy away from sharing that they wanted to see him back at one of the Ohio State camps during the summer.
Probably needing to catch the eye of the staff at camp before gaining an offer from OSU, Robbins still has many quality scholarship offers to date. Florida State, Kentucky, Maryland, California, Boston College, Wake Forest and Illinois are just a few of the names currently on his growing list of offers.
Coming off visits to Auburn, Alabama, Florida State and now Ohio State, Robbins has future plans to make stops on the campus of Wake Forest on April 15th and just few days later to Kentucky on the 18th.
If you haven't already, take a few moments to watch David Robbins paving the way for Glenelg High in his junior season highlights below: