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Last week, four-star forward Micah Robinson committed to TCU. The class of 2024 recruit is now a foundational piece head coach James Dixon.
With a strong offer list, Robinson says TCU has a system that is ideal for his skillset. It is also close to home as Robinson from Texas, although he is in high school along the East Coast.
A 6-foot-6 forward who plays at Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Virginia), Robinson, is a four-star in the 247Sports Composite, Last week, he picked TCU from a final four that included: LSU, TCU, Vanderbilt and Virginia Tech.
“Coach Dixon loves to get out and run in transition, I believe they’ve been top five in transition the past couple (of) years now, and I feel that’s one of the strengths in my game, whether it comes from me getting the rebound and initiating the break, or me running the wings,” Robinson said.
“I feel like I’m really effective in transition with my ability to finish at the rim, make plays for others, and shoot the ball. Also, I really like how coach Dixon runs his system, it’s a lot of 4-out-1 in and he really lets his guys have freedom. And with my versatility, I can fill all spots on the perimeter so I feel it’s a perfect fit for me!”
He joins a TCU program that went 22-13 (9-9 Big 12) last year. The program has made consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances in the last two seasons under Dixon.
In previewing his commitment to TCU, Robinson said the program had a special feel among his four finalists.
“A lot of things stood out to me about TCU, of course, one (thing) being it’s the ‘hometown’ school, but also just their consistency in making me feel like a priority to them. The coaching staff seems invested in how they can help develop me to help me get to where I ultimately want to go” Robinson said.“But they also see all the things I bring to the table to help the team’s overall success as well!”