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Big Offensive Guard Visits USC

James Robinson

Some of the top high school football prospects from California were roaming the sidelines during the Trojan's spring scrimmage at the Coliseum on Saturday (4/7). Some have already verbally committed to USC, like D.J. Shoemate, Matt Kailil, Matt Meyer, Wes Horton and Moody McNeal, but there was one prospect who physically stood out more than the other uncommitted prospects (2008) at the scrimmage.

His name is James Robinson. Robinson is a 6-4 and 315 pound offensive guard from Salesian High in Richmond, CA. He visited USC on Friday to learn more about the school, specifically, the Marshall School of Business. "It was great and I had so much fun," Robinson said of the USC scrimmage. "I was highly impressed by the school, too. I loved it. I like that USC is a smaller campus. I like the less...

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