After spending two seasons in Scott Frost’s offense at Nebraska, Wan’Dale Robinson is looking for a college football program that will better prepare him for success in the NFL.
In his initial social media announcement, Robinson stated that he wanted to play closer to home. Speaking for the first time since he announced he will enter his name into the transfer portal, the Frankfort native told ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg that how he was used in the Huskers’ offense also played a role in his decision to transfer.
“It was about 50-50 with my mom and how I was used at Nebraska,” Robinson said. “I loved the touches and the way I got the touches. Sometimes they don’t translate to the way I want them to for the NFL.”
To be more specific, Robinson prefers to play in an offense that uses “option routes, choice routes, over routes. Things to really see exactly what I can do with the ball in my hands.”
If only there was a school close to home that just hired an offensive coordinator from the NFL ranks.