One of the last big-name recruits yet to have made a decision on his college destination in 2016 is five-star wide receiver Demetris Robertson. However, it now seems he could be making his mind up very soon and it doesn’t look like it will be one of the schools that are rumored to be leading the way.
According to Rivals.com’s Woody Womack, the Georgia native signed a financial aid agreement with the Cal Golden Bears over the weekend. This doesn’t mean, however, that he will or must sign a Letter of Intent with the California-based school.
Womack reports that him signing the agreement will “allow the Bears to have unlimited contact with Demetris Robertson going forward,” but the team isn’t expected to make any in-home visits with Robertson. Head coach Sonny Dykes made a visit to Savannah, Georgia in mid-January.
This agreement does ensure that Robertson would have a spot at the school if he were to enroll there this summer. It is not, however, binding to the wide receiver.
Right now, Robertson also has offers from Alabama, Georgia Georgia Tech, and Stanford. He has pushed back his decision while he is waiting on his SAT scores to get posted.
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