The son of a former IU player is firmly on the Hoosier radar.
6-foot-3 guard/wing Amire Robinson is the son of former IU guard Stew Robinson. The family lives in Akron, Ohio and Amire attends Copley High School.
Amire currently plays with the 2023 Indiana Elite AAU program. He previously played with LeBron “Bronny” James Jr. and his group of elite teammates, the North Coast Blue Chips.
Indiana is involved early in the recruitment of Amire. Assistant coach Mike Roberts and Stew Robinson were on the same staff together at Texas Tech when both worked under Bob Knight. Roberts is taking the lead with the recruitment of Amire.
Stew, a long time college assistant coach, believes Amire is on the high major path, and he projects to play anywhere from point guard to the wing in college.
“He’s a really unselfish player,” Stew Robinson told the Daily Hoosier.
Below is a recent video interview with Amire. He talks about his time with the Blue Chips, his freshman season, recruiting, and much more.
Amire talks specifically in the video about what it would mean to him to play for Indiana and follow in the footsteps of his dad.
“It’s up to them (IU), but we are hoping for the alma mater,” Stew Robinson said.
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