Expected to enter summer camp as one of a handful of contenders to replace All-American Darqueze Dennard, Ezra Robinson will instead continue his collegiate career somewhere other than East Lansing.
In a very brief press release, Michigan State announced that Robinson has been granted a release from his scholarship and is free to transfer. No reason was given for the cornerback’s decision to leave the Spartans.
A Sarasota, Fla., native, there’s no word yet on a potential destination.
A three-star member of MSU’s 2012 recruiting class, Robinson was rated as the No. 52 corner in the country. After redshirting as a true freshman, Robinson played in 12 games in 2013.
Coming out of high school, Robinson held offers from, among others, Boston College, Duke, North Carolina and West Virginia.
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