LEXINGTON, Ky (CBS SPORTS) Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said on his weekly coaches' radio show on Monday night that he has two in-home visits set up for Sunday.
One of those visits will be to top-rated commit Wandale Robinson. Robinson confirmed with Catspause.com. that Stoops, along with tight ends coach Vince Marrow, offensive coordinator Eddie Gran and wide receivers coach Michael Smith, will visit him in Frankfort on Sunday.
Robinson committed to Kentucky during a ceremony at Western Hills High School on Nov. 1. He became the Wildcats' top commitment. In the latest 247Sports rankings, Robinson jumped to the No. 117 player overall nationally and the top-rated recruit in the state of Kentucky.
"I was surprised but I had always felt I was that good. I’ve never really paid attention to the ranking really because I knew what I could do on the field and so did the coaches that had been recruiting me. But I’m thankful they gave me the major bump I got," Robinson told CatsPause.com.
At the time, Robinson chose the Wildcats over Nebraska and Ohio State. He's rated as a four-star prospect and ranks as the nation's No. 4 all-purpose back according to the 247Sports composite.
Since his commitment, there has been speculation that Robinson could consider Louisville if the Cardinals hire Purdue coach Jeff Brohm. Robinson had the Boilermakers in his final six schools, though he did not consider Louisville while Bobby Petrino was the head coach.
When asked by Fox56 reporter Dan Reiffer how he addresses the speculation around Brohm, Robinson said the following:
"I'm not going to say anything unless that actually happens," Robinson said. "Obviously I'll be a little open to consideration. But nothing right now. As of right now I'm still 100 percent solid with Kentucky. I'm not really worried about any other schools."
During Robinson's prolific senior season at Western Hills, he had 1,973 rushing yards and 30 touchdowns on 206 carries. He also had 31 receptions for 725 yards and 11 touchdowns as well as 173 passing yards and two passing touchdowns. The 131 touchdowns he scored during his high school football career are second all-time time in Kentucky High School history. In total, he accumulated 6,796 rushing yards (11th all-time) and an additional 1,758 yards through the air.