Five-star 7-footer Mitchell Robinson, the top-ranked center in the class of 2017 who reportedly. Robinson, who chose WKU over offers from North Carolina and multiple SEC programs, is rethinking his decision to play there, according to ESPN.com. "Mitchell is a good kid, but the team will always be more important than one individual player," Stansbury said, in part, in his statement announcing the suspension. Robinson, a McDonald's All-American and the highest-rated recruit in Hilltopper basketball history, had been in Bowling Green for two weeks, participating in summer workouts, before he left.
WKU suspends five-star 7-footer Mitchell Robinson, who may transfer
Sporting News - NCAAB | Jul 31