Get to know Fort Worth All Saints wide receiver Jaylon Robinson, who is expected to sign with Oklahoma this week during the early signing period.
This is the first year of the early signing period, which allows recruits the opportunity to sign their National Letter of Intent between Dec. 20-22 instead of waiting for National Signing Day on Feb. 7.
High School: Fort Worth All Saints
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Position: Wide receiver
Size: 5-foot-10, 170 pounds
Rated: A three-star recruit; No. 420 overall; No. 27 athlete overall; No. 54 player in Texas per 247Sports
Committed to: Oklahoma
Others considered: Texas Tech, Baylor, George, Houston, Illinois, Washington State
Robinson: “OU is one of my dream schools. I’m excited about their new coach, the offense they run, the opportunity to get to play soon and the chance to win championships.”
The most frequently used word to describe Robinson is explosive. Most recruiting services ranked him as an athlete. He scored touchdowns rushing, receiving and returning both kickoffs and punts during his high school career. Just 17, he’s bound to get bigger. He played at Fort Worth Pascal until his senior season.
“You can’t coach speed, and he has it,” said All Saints coach Aaron Beck. “He’s also the best route runner I’ve ever seen and works at his game seven days a week, in season and out. Oklahoma is not only getting a great player, but an outstanding person from a solid family. We are all thankful that he got to be part of our program.”