Fans Speculate About Top Rated TE’s Future As Reports Claim The 5-Star Player Won’t Sign On NSD

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An update on one of the nation’s top recruits has many around college football speculating. The news involves a five-star prospect who’s considered the class’s top rated tight end.

Duce Robinson has been highly touted by major programs across America. The latest reports on his pending decision have many wondering what lies ahead for the pass catcher.

Robinson is ranked by 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings as the No. 17 player in the recruiting cycle. He’s said to be down to five final schools in Georgia, USC, Alabama, Oregon, and Texas with the Bulldogs and Trojans standing out the most.

A commitment from the dynamic tight end would give one program a top offensive weapon. A report from the recruiting services, however, could put those suitors in limbo.

Outlets are saying that Robinson won’t sign on National Signing Day in February as he could potentially delay his college commitment. That news has many fans talking on social media.

One person asks, “Does he not know where he wants to go?”

Another said, “Attention seeker… There’s one player that does this every year.”

The reality of the situation, though, is that he’s a legit MLB Draft prospect. He’s mulling of his options of playing both sports while in college.

Here’s more from 24/7.

There is a possibility that Robinson hears his name called at the MLB Draft this summer, creating yet another interesting dynamic… According to a source, Robinson heads into the spring season regarded as a potential top 10 prospect among prep outfielders.

Robinson said as much in a recent interview, noting that he’s looking for an opportunity to “sign a baseball contract and then play college football as well.” If that doesn’t work out, baseball, he says, could be the route taken.

Duce Robinson’s commitment could come down to his baseball future. There’s a chance we may never see his talents on the football field at all.

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