Kansas Wide Receiver Kelan Robinson to Transfer
Kansas Jayhawks wide receiver Kelan Robinson is entering the transfer portal when it opens up here in short order. He announced the news Wednesday morning on Twitter.
“I just want to start out and thank God!” Robinson started. “Through all of the changes, I have been able to grow on and off of the field. Thank you to the Jayhawks family and teammates for all of the support and love through the 2 years spent there. It was a blessing to be able to wear crimson and blue and earn the right to call myself a Jayhawk.
“Thank you to all of the coaches that I was able to work with in my time at KU, especially Coach Samuel, Coach Price and Coach [Lance] Leipold. This is one of the hardest decisions to make, but after much prayer and thought with family, I have decided to enter the transfer portal with 3 years of eligibility left.”
Robinson saw action in 10 games this past season mostly in a special teams role. He recorded a couple of tackles, both in a contest against TCU that drew College GameDay in attendance after Kansas was undefeated the first half of the season.
From Grand Prairie, Texas, Robinson arrived in Lawrence as the nation’s No. 1,343 overall prospect, No. 187 wide out and No. 206 player in the Lone Star State, with a three-star and 0.8444 rating, according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite. As he mentioned, he’ll have three years of eligibility remaining at whatever school he chooses.