Class of 2016 three-star defensive back Aaron Robinson is the latest member of the Alabama Crimson Tide to leave the program for a better opportunity to contribute.
According to 247sports, Robinson already knows where he’s going: UCF.
“According to a source, the Deerfield Beach, Fla. product has already begun the process to get cleared and will be enrolling at UCF soon. Robinson will join Shawn Burgess-Becker as former Alabama players currently on the UCF roster.”
Robinson’s move to UCF isn’t a stunner, as he was previously committed to Florida before ultimately enrolling at Alabama. The downside to him choosing to transfer to Scott Frost’s team now, though, is that he’ll be forced to sit out the 2017 season instead of playing at a JUCO for a season.
Frost is excelling in the transfer market for talented players who are looking for the opportunity to contribute as he’s added a former Notre Dame offensive lineman and a former Wisconsin tight end, too.
Robinson was the No. 57 CB in the class of 2016.