Per NCAA rules, he would have to sit the 2017-18 season upon transferring. He could also opt to sit out a year and prepare for the draft or play overseas next season, possibly in Australia.
What’s Mitchell Robinson’s Next Move? – The 4 Quarters Podcast @vsporto https://t.co/9sLBwPPNKH— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) August 5, 2017
After getting his release from Western Kentucky this past week, Mitchell Robinson visited LSU last week and will visit Kansas this coming weekend, per multiple reports. Scout.com and ESPN both previously reported the news. The 7-foot Robinson is projected as the No. 12 pick in 2018 by DraftExpress.com.New LSU head coach Will Wade has made news since taking over the job, most notably by adding former Georgetown signee Tremont Waters during the late period in June. Kansas, meantime, has recently trended toward adding transfers such as Malik Newman (Mississippi State) Dedric and K.J. Lawson (Memphis) and Sam Cunliffe (Arizona State). “As far as a 2017 kid who’s eligible right now, something would have to fall in our lap,” Kansas coach Bill Self told the Kansas City Star in Rome. “We’ve got feelers out, but it’d have to be a unique situation.” Photo: HoopSeen.com