Notre Dame has grabbed commitment number nine in the form of San Antonio receiver Corey Robinson.
Robinson, the son of NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson, visited Notre Dame for the Irish’s Junior Day this past weekend and made his decision on Tuesday night, according to San Antonio Christian coach Brandon Parrott.
"Done, it's official," Parrott said via text.
It was actually Robinson's second trip to South Bend as he and his father also visited for last fall’s game against Navy.
"My dad and I loved the visit but I didn't want to make a decision off of emotion," he said. "I wanted to take a few days to think it over and pray and everything led me back to Notre Dame."
The 6-foot-4, 195-pound receiver landed his first offer from Notre Dame last month before adding offers from Iowa, North Carolina, Navy, Kansas and Wake Forest.
"It's the combination of academics, spirtuality and football," he explained. "I felt a connection with the coaches and the players, so I didn't see a reason to wait any longer. Coach [Brian] Kelly has the program headed in the right direction and we're putting together a great class. We all connected on the visit."
Robinson is the ninth commitment for the Irish in the Class of 2013 and the sixth pledge from a Junior Day visitor since Saturday.
The Irish's offensive recruiting haul is especially coming into shape.
Robinson joins Minnesota's James Onwualu to give Notre Dame a pair of wide receiver commits. Notre Dame also picked up a pledge from Ohio quarterback Malik Zaire over the weekend along with three offensive line commitments - Kentucky's Hunter Bivin, Pennsylvania's Mike McGlinchey and Illinois' Colin McGovern - to go with Michigan's Steve Elmer.
Click here to read Robinson's reaction following his Junior Day visit.
Irish Sports Daily will have more with Notre Dame's newest pledge soon.