Micah Robinson Commits To TCU


Micah Robinson, a top 150 prospect in the MADE Hoops rankings for the 2024 class, has committed to TCU, choosing the Horned Frogs over Vanderbilt, LSU, Virginia Tech, and Cal, giving Jamie Dixon his first commitment in this senior recruiting class.




Robinson cut his list of top schools to eight on June 29th. That list consisted of Alabama, Cal, LSU, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, TCU, Texas Tech, and Virginia Tech. Throughout the next couple of months, Vanderbilt came into the fold and really made a big push for Robinson’s services. The Commodores and Horned Frogs separated themselves from the pack late in the recruitment, but TCU’s longevity won out.


“I will be commiting to TCU. I chose TCU because I feel like they made it evident to me that I was a priority. Ever since they initially started recruiting me they’ve shown a lot of love towards me. Also I trust in Coach (Jamie) Dixon and the rest of the coaching staff’s abilities and plan to help me develop and become a better player, to put me in the best position to succeed.

I’ve already started on recruiting a few people. Of course my guy Nic Codie, I really developed a good relationship with him over the summer so I’d definitely love to take that to the collegiate level. Also Trent Perry, he was on the visit when I was there and I feel like we bonded pretty well. Then David punch, he’s visiting this weekend so I’ll definitely be in touch with him.

The TCU fan base can look forward to a hard nosed competitor who is willing to do whatever it takes to win. Also a very versatile player who can score the ball in a variety of ways, as well as defend multiple positions on the court.”


Robinson is Jamie Dixon’s first pledge in the 2024 recruiting class. In the past two recruiting cycles, the Horned Frogs have only signed two high school prospects in each of their classes. They’ve been leaning on transfers, especially in 2023 when they snagged five guys out of the portal. I’d expect another small class of three or less kids in 2024 for TCU.

As Robinson alluded to above, the focus now turns to a trio of ranked prospects Nic Codie, Trent Perry, and David Punch. All are high quality talents and all have a seamless fit in TCU’s style of play. If the Horned Frogs are able to get commitments from a couple of those guys in addition to Robinson, they’d have one of the most sneaky good classes in America.


This commitment once again proves that building relationships early on in the recruiting process pays dividends later on. Jamie Dixon and his staff did a great job of making Robinson feel wanted as a priority throughout the course of his recruitment, and they gained loyalty from the top 150 prospect because of that. Robinson’s style of play and attitude fits what Dixon is looking for in Fort Worth. He’s a hard nosed kid that plays hard in every setting on every possession. He’s got the frame to put on muscle that’ll help translate to the Big 12, and is underrated as a playmaker on the wing. Early on he might serve as a versatile defender that can guard both threes and fours a lot of the times, while also being a threat to hit outside shots off of the catch.





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