RALEIGH, N.C. – Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Virginia) point guard K.K. Robinson will have a great reason to be thankful this Thanksgiving, and not just for the cliché reasons.
“I’ll be announcing my college decision on Thanksgiving,” said Robinson, a four-star senior who helped the No. 14 Warriors to two wins at the Phenom Hoops National High School Showcase last weekend. “I’m looking forward to that day.”
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To that end, Robinson has cut his list to Kansas and Arkansas and broke down what he likes about each school.
Kansas: “What stands out most with Kansas is the exposure that I’d get there, the fan support and the coaches. They have a lot of experience with smaller guards and getting them to the next level, which is big for me. Then they’re style of play is how I want to play. I know that I’d be really effective in that style of play.”
Arkansas: “I really like the new staff there. They haven’t really been on the national stage in a while and they’re committed to turning that all around. They want me to be a part of that turnaround and that’s big for me. Then that’s the hometown school so I like that part of it too.”
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Robinson was quick to point out that, while he’s set his decision date, he’ still mulling the actual decision.
“I go back and forth a lot,” Robinson said. “Those are two great options for me, and I feel like both would be a good fit. That’s what makes it hard.”
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