Wan’Dale Robinson is officially joining the Kentucky Wildcats after two long years. Robinson announced his intentions to transfer to Kentucky today, and it instantly made Kentucky a stronger contender for the SEC East next season.
Robinson is a do-it-all playmaker who will make an instant impact and contribute immediately for the Wildcats.
There’s much to be excited about for the 2021 football season with the addition of Robinson. A stacked roster, a favorable schedule (if it’s back to normal), and with the hopeful addition of fans in the stands, Kentucky could be in store for a magically season if everything falls in place.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the news of Robinson’s decision:
new beginnings.. i’m home pic.twitter.com/BHc4vCAlxo— Wan’Dale Robinson (@wanda1erobinson) January 15, 2021
Boom don’t get no better than that one. Let’s go BBN.— CoachMarrowUK (@vincemarrow) January 15, 2021
Kentucky thought they had Wan'Dale out of high school. Got him in the end.— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_ATH) January 15, 2021
Had 580 rushing yards, 914 receiving yards, 7 total TD in two seasons at Nebraska.
Rated No. 1 player in KY, No. 1 all-purpose back in America, No. 87 overall recruit in 2019 by 247 Composite. https://t.co/kv3yCnnjxD
I cannot explain how happy the Wandale Robinson news makes me.— OTH Kentucky Wildcats #BBN (@OTHwildcats) January 15, 2021
Obviously the previous situation was a big deal, but it just took him a little longer to come home
He makes next year’s offense SO MUCH MORE DYNAMIC
In Wan’Dale Robinson, Kentucky just added the one thing it most needs - a dynamic playmaker. Huge get (re-get) for Mark Stoops and Vince Marrow https://t.co/mMBNRFRVDx— Mark Story (@markcstory) January 15, 2021
Wan’dale Robinson is transferring to Kentucky. This is a great football player who has a lot of the same hybrid skills as Lynn Bowden did in my opinion. Can’t wait for next year and to see this guy do his thing.#BBN #Kentucky #Football #UK— Big Blue Point of View (@BigBlue_POV) January 15, 2021
More and more the way transfers go it will be important not to get caught up in your feelings. @vincemarrow didn't get Wan'Dale the first time around but it wasn't personal and that approach paid off. That's how you do it.— Justin Rowland (@RowlandRIVALS) January 15, 2021
KY class of 2019— Adam Luckett (@AdamLuckettKSR) January 15, 2021
1. Wan'Dale Robinson (top-100): Nebraska-Kentucky
2. Stephen Herron (top-150): Starter at Stanford
3. Jacob Lacey (top-200): Rotation at Notre Dame
4. Bryan Hudson (top-200): Virginia Tech-Louisville
5. Milton Wright (Blue-Chip): Starter at Purdue
Tell me what y’all think about these names in the WR room: Wan’Dale Robinson, Josh Ali, Izayah Cummings, Micheal Drennen, Dekel Crowdus, Allen Dailey, Bryce Oliver, and Akeem Hayes. That’s just the guys that came to mind we have some other talented players I didn’t even mention.— Braden Nevius (@BradenNevius) January 15, 2021
Kentucky now has Wan'Dale Robinson and Chris Rodriguez in this new offense.— Connor O'Gara (@cjogara) January 15, 2021
Sign me up for that.
So Kentucky basketball got Oscar tshiebwe West Virginia transfer and in football we got wan’dale Robinson Nebraska transfer what a great time to be a Kentucky fan and add these to young men to are university— Alexclouse (@Alexclouse2) January 15, 2021
Wan’Dale Robinson is transferring to Kentucky. Nebraska’s leading receiver in 2020, Robinson was once committed to the Wildcats. He entered the transfer portal Monday, saying he wanted to move closer to home as his mother dealt with issues related to her recovery from COVID-19.— Mitch Sherman (@mitchsherman) January 15, 2021
Curious about Wan’Dale? Just listen to the first few minutes of this Nebraska podcast to know what he meant to that program.— David Jarvis (@BBNSportsKSCDJ) January 15, 2021
Nebraska Football: Reacting to Wan'Dale Robinson's Departure from Huskers https://t.co/oQ8lOMKaoD via @YouTube
Wan'Dale Robinson was force fed the football at Nebraska, but in the wrong ways. He played at ton of RB with 134 carries. That's not who he is. This is a slot WR first who can do other things. Feels like this was the main reason for the transfer.— Adam Luckett (@AdamLuckettKSR) January 15, 2021
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