4-star Wandale Robinson fulfills goal of being selected to All-American Bowl, recruitment still not over

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4-star Wandale Robinson fulfills goal of being selected to All-American Bowl, recruitment still not over

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4-star Wandale Robinson fulfills goal of being selected to All-American Bowl, recruitment still not over

Western Hills High School (Frankfort, Ky.) two-way star Wandale Robinson received his All-American Bowl jersey Tuesday at his school as part of the All-American Bowl Selection Tour presented by American Family Insurance.

“It’s been one of my long time goals ever since I was 10 or 11, so this has been a dream come true and something I’ve always reached for.”

The 5-10, 179-pound all-purpose running back is the 2nd-ranked player at his position, and No. 117 overall, according to 247Sports. The 4-star still wants to clean up some things before heading down to the All-American Bowl.

Wandale Robinson presented his parents, Dale Robinson and Victoria Davis, with his Dream Champion Award. (Photo: AAG)

“I train with my trainer Chris Vaughn and we are just really trying to perfect everything route running, getting in and out of breaks, speed, everything that would go into a wide receiver, so really just fine-tuning everything to clean up the little things to be sharp.”

Robinson committed to Kentucky at the beginning of November but hasn’t closed the door to another school.

“Right now, I still have Nebraska recruiting me really hard. That’s probably the only other school I would be entertaining. That’s the only other one.”

The All-American Bowl is scheduled for Jan. 5 in the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas and will be televised live on NBC at 1 p.m. EST.

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