Wandale Robinson plans to make college choice before season starts

Western Hills’ Wandale Robinson carries the ball against Bath County. (Linda Younkin/linda.younkin@state-journal.com)

By LARRY VAUGHT

Western Hills’ star Wandale Robinson really has not narrowed his college choices yet and has not made any firm plans for where he might visit or go to camp this summer.

However, he does plan to make a college choice before his senior season starts in mid-August. He currently has about 20 Division I scholarship offers

“I will just sit down with my mom and people I am close with and decide some stuff,” he said. “A lot of schools preach what I want to hear. I understand that. I have to sit down with my family and figure out what is best for me. But I plan to be committed before my season starts.”

He also plans to enroll in college early by graduating in December, something Western Hills does allow.

“A lot of college coaches like that. That’s why I am already on the road to graduating in December,” Robinson said.

The 5-9 speedster  led the state in rushing last year with 2,330 yards while averaging 13.2 yards per attempt. He caught 25 passes for 343 yards. He had 43 total touchdowns — 33 rushing, six receiving, three kickoff returns, one punt return. He also played safety and had 60 tackles and two interceptions.

He ran for 2,015 yards and 28 touchdowns as a sophomore and caught 22 passes for 434 yards and three scores.

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