Late Tuesday night, Miami picked up an interesting addition in Dominique Robinson, the quarterback from McKinley (OH), after picking up a QB last week in Jackson Williamson of South Carolina. The RedHawks are the lone reported offer for Robinson, who had a career day in last season's rivalry game against Massillon by going 20 of 42 for 272 yards and two touchdowns in the air while also rushing for 50 yards and two scores.
Robinson, the 6'3", 215-pounder, had an up-and-down season behind center in 2015 as he threw for 1,515 yards on 46% completion, 12 TDs, and 13 interceptions but had a completion for 20 yards in addition to his 130 carries for 359 yards and seven touchdowns. With the commitment of Williamson previously, Miami is presumably moving him to receiver due to his length and athleticism, as teams don't typically get two quarterbacks in the same recruiting class, especially one in Robinson who is extremely raw as a passer.
Check out Robinson's highlights from the aforementioned Massillon game courtesy of Hudl: