KK Robinson, Arkansas transfer guard, announces SEC commitment
KK Robinson, a former Arkansas guard who entered the transfer portal about 5 weeks ago, has announced his destination.
Robinson on Sunday announced a commitment to Texas A&M. It’s the second straight year a Razorback has become an Aggie. Last year, Buzz Williams landed Ethan Henderson out of the portal from Eric Mussleman’s team.
Robinson, a sophomore last season, is from Bryant, Arkansas and appeared in 19 games with 2 starts for the Razorbacks, and he averaged 1.5 points per game. He ha 3 years of eligibility remaining.
Robinson as a freshman played in 11 games before he had season-ending foot surgery to repair a fracture on his right foot. He averaged 4.8 minutes per game this past season.
The former 4-star recruit battled through injuries in his Arkansas career. He was a member of the highly regarded 2020 recruiting class that helped fuel Arkansas to its most successful season in 25 years. However, he was the only member of the class to not yet receive major playing time. He picked Arkansas over Florida, Texas A&M, Kansas, TCU, Illinois, Oklahoma, Vanderbilt and other programs after he played at Oak Hill Academy in Virginia.
Coming out of high school, Robinson was rated the 59th-best incoming freshman in the nation and the 10th-best point guard by the 247Sports Composite.
— Kk Robinson (@onekrob2) May 8, 2022