3-Star PG Justin Robinson Commits to the Virginia Tech Hokies


Mar 1, 2014; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies guard Devin Wilson (11) drives to the basket against North Carolina Tar Heels forward James Michael McAdoo (43) in the second half at Cassell Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Michael Shroyer-USA TODAY Sports

Since Buzz Williams took over this past spring in Blacksburg, the Virginia Tech Hokies have had plenty of success in recruiting and it started with guard Ahmed Hill and center Satchel Pierce flipping their commitments from Marquette to Virginia Tech. Williams was also able to hold on to guards Justin Bibbs and Jalen Hudson along with gaining a commitment from JUCO forward Shane Henry.

Williams has continued to have some success with the Class of 2015 as the Hokies gained their first commit recently in four-star power forward Kerry Blackshear. The Hokies are also one of two finalists for small forward C.J. Williamson along with being in the hunt for four-star shooting guard Chris Clarke.

Now, the Hokies have gained another commit.

Justin Robinson, a three-star point guard from Manassas, Virginia, announced at St. James School that he has committed to the Virginia Tech Hokies. Robinson chose the Hokies over Providence and UNLV as Buzz Williams continues to do a very impressive job recruiting players to Virginia Tech.

Robinson is ranked as the 36th best point guard by ESPN and the 22nd point guard by the 247 Sports Composite rankings. Robinson is ranked as the second best prospect in Maryland where St. James School is by 247 Sports while being ranked as the 7th best prospect in the state of Virginia by ESPN.

Right now, Devin Wilson and Seth Allen seem to have the point guard spot locked down with Allen having the skills to play some shooting guard. However, Robinson is in position to be groomed as the next point guard before being in line to be the starting point guard for the 2017-2018 season.

Justin Robinson is a great addition to the Class of 2015 as Buzz Williams continues to flex his recruiting muscles with the Hokies.