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Robinson Has Interest, Looking for Offers
Monday, 27 April 2009

Travis Robinson
By Brian Crownover
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Several weeks ago, the I-3 All Stars took home the Donofrio Classic Championship in Conshohocken, PA.  The Donofrio Classic pits most of the best players and teams from the Philadelphia area together for a tournament.  One of the key contributors to I-3's success was 6-4 Junior guard Travis Robinson.  Travis had a fine tournament for this balanced and deep team.

During the high school season, Travis played at Friends Central with many of the same players that made up the I-3 All Stars.  He is a solid all around guard who helped the Phoenix to a very successful 28-2 campaign after transferring in from Penn Charter.  He finished the season with 12.2 PPG, 3.7 RPG, 2.5 APG, 1.9 steals per game and 1 block per game.  He has good size for his position and is a good athlete too.  

Travis loves to get out and run the floor and finish in transition.  He's a slasher who doesn't waste dribbles and can get to the rim quickly.  From the perimeter, Travis has a smooth stroke and can hit out to three point land.  He is streaky from deep though.  Because of his size, he rebounds well for a guard too.

Recruit Recon caught up with Travis following the Donofrio Classic.  Thus far, he doesn't hold any offers.  He does have interest from Fran Dunphy and Temple.  The other teams that are tracking his progress include MAAC powers Siena and Rider as well as the Ivy League's Harvard.  If Travis plays well, as he did at the Donofrio Classic, look for him to turn some of that interest into offers.


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