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Posted at 3:37 PM ET, 02/24/2011

DeMatha G James Robinson waiting to narrow his list

By Josh Barr

DeMatha point guard James Robinson is shaping up as one of the Washington area's top recruits in the junior class.

Plenty of college coaches were in attendance this past Sunday to see the fifth-ranked Stags beat sixth-ranked Gonzaga, 57-52, and one of the featured attraction was the 6-foot-3 Robinson, who leads DeMatha in scoring at 10.6 points per game.

Robinson already holds scholarship offers from Maryland, Georgetown, Virginia, West Virginia, Notre Dame and Pittsburgh. He has taken unofficial visits to most of those schools, but has yet to seriously think about his college choice.

The consensus among college recruiters is that Robinson has a sturdy frame and plays the game with poise, possessing a high basketball IQ.

"It's undecided right now," Robinson said. "After the season is over, my family and I are going to sit down and pick it apart. I have [thought about it] but I can't say this is my definite list or anything like that."

By Josh Barr  | February 24, 2011; 3:37 PM ET
Categories:  Basketball, DeMatha, James Robinson  
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