Rutgers defensive back TJ Robinson announced Monday that he intends to transfer to USF.
Robinson was a three-star prospect at Riverview High. He finished his prep career with seven interceptions and 103 tackles. He also had 36 receptions and four touchdowns as a receiver.
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound Robinson appeared in four games for the Scarlet Knights as a freshman last year and recorded five tackles.
The Bulls have been active in the transfer portal under coach Jeff Scott. USF’s additions include former Oregon running back Darrian Felix, Michigan linebacker Devin Gil, North Carolina quarterback Cade Fortin and Alcorn State quarterback (and former Armwood High star) Noah Johnson.