When Western Kentucky University recruit Mitchell Robinson up and left WKU’s campus, there were a lot of questions regarding whether or not WKU would grant his release and let him go elsewhere. They did, but now the question is where Robinson will go, and still the question remains whether he’ll be eligible for this year. Many thought he’d head for the SEC and join LSU, but apparently that’s not the case.
LSU no longer recruiting Mitchell Robinson, source told ESPN. Former Western Kentucky signee is set to visit Kansas this weekend.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) August 11, 2017
Well at least he wouldn’t be in the SEC, right?
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