Robinson Is An Owl
After visiting the Temple Owls, Oak Hill forward Antywaine Robinson wasted little time in pulling the trigger and committing to John Chaney.
Oak Hill coach Steve Smith thinks he's going to have a fine career in the City of Brotherly love. "I think in two years when he's a junior, a lot of [college coaches] are going to say that is kid they should have recruited."
Last year, for a loaded Warriors team, Robinson scored 7.4 points and grabbed 5.8 rebounds in 18 minutes of action. He shot 63% from the floor. Had Robinson not committed, he would have visited Southern Methodist, Boston College and Marshall.
"He's a four man," Smith said. "If you play him at the three, he's not going to score and rebound a whole lot. You play him at the four and he's active and can shoot it. You may say he's undersized, but he's really long and has long arms and big hands. He's quick off the floor and jumps well so he's getting putbacks and offensive and defensive rebounds."