Q&A With Bryant's KK Robinson

This summer was a huge one for KK Robinson. The six-foot point guard picked up several offers and showed the Nike EYBL circuit that he is for real. 

On August 14, Robinson cut his list to seven remaining schools in the running for landing him. The schools still remaining are Arkansas, Kansas, Illinois, Iowa State, Texas A&M, TCU, and Vanderbilt. 

Jake Weingarten caught up with Robinson to chat about upcoming visits, offseason plans, and a few other topics:

Jake: You recently cut your list of schools down to seven, what made you pick these schools to make the final cut?

KK: Those final seven schools were the most consistent on a daily basis. I had deep conversations with each school which made me more comfortable with them.

Jake: Out of these seven schools, which ones have you went on visits to and do you plan on visiting the schools again?

KK: I’ve been to TCU on an unofficial visit, and going to take another unofficial to Arkansas next weekend the 24th. I haven’t scheduled any others but they are definitely coming in the future.

Read the rest of the story at Stockrisers.com.


Jake Weingarten is a college basketball and recruiting inside, as well as the owner of Stockrisers.com. Follow him on Twitter @jakeweingarten.

We Stand With You

The events of the last week have been tremendously painful to us all.

2019-20 EuroLeague and EuroCup Seasons Cancelled

The Euroleague Commercial Assets Shareholders Executive Board met remotely on Monday, May 25, for the fourth time since the season was suspended on March 12 due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) global pandemic.

Youth Sports Leaders Form PLAY Sports Coalition

400+ youth sports leaders join forces to form the PLAY Sports Coalition to support young athletes through COVID-19.

PacWest & FloSports Announce 3-Year Partnership

null

FloSports Acquires Streaming Rights To Complete Basketball and Volleyball Seasons Across The Conference’s 11 Member Institutions In California And Hawaii 

2020 Cayman Islands Classic Returns To FloHoops For Second Year In A Row

FloSports, the innovator in live sports streaming and original content, and Caymax Sports Ltd. announced that the 2020 Cayman Islands Classic will once again return to FloSports for the second consecutive year and third year overall. The highly regarded preseason tournament will be broadcast on FloHoops November 23-25 and will showcase all 12-games across the three-day event.

COVID-19 Might End The Age Of Skyrocketing NCAA Expense Sheets

Ten billion, three hundred fifty-seven million, one hundred forty-nine thousand, fifty-one dollars. 

Towson Day Watch Guide

Calling all Towson Tigers.

William & Mary Day On FloHoops

Tell you whole Tribe. We have big news.

James Madison Day On FloHoops

Calling all JMU diehards.

There's No Precedent For What Happens To Basketball If Football Is Canceled

If the college football season is canceled, what happens to college athletics?