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Wan'Dale Robinson ranked among college football's top transfers

When 247Sports released its updated Top 100 transfer rankings on Thursday, Wan'Dale Robinson was the Wildcats' only addition to make the cut. Robinson checked in at No. 5 overall behind Alabama linebacker Henry To'o To'o, Oklahoma running back Eric Gray, uncommitted tight end Arik Gilbert and Florida running back Demarkcus Bowman.
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Wan'Dale Robinson feels great in new Kentucky offense

The Kentucky Wildcats’ offense will look different in 2021 thanks to two key additions. On top of hiring a new offensive coordinator in Liam Coen, the Wildcats added ultra-talented Nebraska transfer Wan'Dale Robinson to the fold. After Saturday’s scrimmage, Robinson met with the media to talk about how he feels...

UK captain Josh Paschal: Wan'Dale Robinson is the truth

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The excitement and hype that Kentucky fans have for Wan'Dale Robinson this fall won’t be slowing down anytime soon. On Thursday, a team captain heaped praise on the Nebraska transfer. Senior defensive end Josh Paschal said Robinson, who is originally from Frankfort, Kentucky, has caught his eye...
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Wan'Dale Robinson discusses his fit in Coen's new offense

It took a few years later than fans would have liked, but Kentucky wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson took his first snaps in a Wildcat uniform on Tuesday during Kentucky's first spring practice. Robinson was a four-star recruit from Frankfort (Ky.) Western Hills High School was committed to Kentucky for a brief time in 2018. But a month after committing to Kentucky, Robinson flipped his commitment to Nebraska and spent two seasons with the Cornhuskers.
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Wan'Dale Robinson ranked among top transfers by 247Sports

Kentucky wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson has been ranked among the top transfers this offseason. Robinson, who transferred to UK from Nebraska, is ranked as the No. 5 transfer overall and No. 1 wide receiver in college football, according to 247Sports, behind only former LSU tight end Arik Gilbert (Florida), former Clemson running back Demarkcus Bowman (Florida), former Tennessee linebacker Henry To'o To'o and former Volunteers running back Eric Gray (Oklahoma).
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Wan'dale Robinson discusses his decision to transfer to Kentucky

This wasn’t the original path Kentucky had for Wan’dale Robinson but the Wildcat coaching staff will take the playmaker any way they can get him. Once a Kentucky commit and the state’s top-ranked prospect, Robinson flipped his pledge and signed with Scott Frost’s Nebraska program. But after two seasons with the Cornhuskers, Robinson made the decision to transfer to Kentucky this offseason.
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Former Nebraska star Wan'Dale Robinson goes in-depth on transfer to Kentucky

Kentucky landed one of the top transfers available this offseason when former Nebraska Huskers standout and top-100 recruit Wan’Dale Robinson announced he would return to his home state to play for the Wildcats and head coach Mark Stoops. Robinson originally said ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic played a part in his decision to transfer, as his mother became ill from the virus. In a recent interview, he went in-depth again on his decision to leave Lincoln.
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WR Wan'Dale Robinson (Jan. 11, 2021)

His departure was the biggest hit of all. After leading Nebraska with 51 receptions for 461 yards and a touchdown in eight games this season as a true sophomore, Robinson transferred to Kentucky. He told ESPN that he wanted to play closer to his home in Frankfort, Kentucky — his mother, Victoria Davis, has multiple sclerosis and recently had to be hospitalized with COVID-19 — and in an offense that better prepared him for the NFL.