Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, a five-star forward prospect out of the 2019 recruiting class, has narrowed his potential landing spots to just two programs. The two remains schools are the Kansas Jayhawks and Villanova Wildcats.
The young man’s list was previously five schools. Obviously, the two aforementioned universities were in the mix, as were the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Arizona Wildcats and North Carolina Tar Heels.
Not only do all reputable recruiting service websites have Jeremiah Robinson-Earl pegged as a five-star recruit, most agree he’s one of the 20 best players in the entire 2019 recruiting class.
Robinson-Earl spent the warm months playing ball for the KC Run GMC. He performed well and is moving up many a grassroots scout’s prospect board.
A 6-foot-8 combo forward, he does project to be closer to a stretch-four than he does a larger wing. With a full year left for him to develop, that could change. This could especially true since he does seem to have advanced handles for a player his size.
Given everything that happened with Kansas being linked to a few (allegedly) iffy dealings during the FBI trial, it will be interesting if this hurts Bill Self and company at all.
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