Demetris Robertson, an AJC Super 11 selection, is the nation's No. 1 receiver.
Photo: Michael Carvell
Photo: Michael Carvell

What’s going on with Tech target Demetris Robertson?

Demetris Robertson made headlines today. The nation’s No. 1 wide receiver for 2016 finally signed with that school in California he’s liked all along.

His choice was Cal. Not Stanford. He also signed a financial aid form. Not a letter of intent.

Cal is bound to him, but the 5-star can go anywhere. A family source also told DawgNation that Robertson has also signed the same grant-in-aid forms with Georgia Tech. It allows those schools unlimited contact with him.

He didn’t sign anywhere on National Signing Day and now he’s signed with two schools. Yet his recruiting is far from over.  That’s right about par for this course.

Robertson still plans an official visit to UGA on March 18. There are still three big selling points to Athens. Count on him to continue trying to add an approximate 50 points to his SAT score. That unlocks the chance to enroll at Stanford. That’s the school he’s long favored.

» Read more about Robertson's decision on DawgNation

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