A healthy Devin Robinson is certainly a great sight for Florida basketball. The junior forward suffered a stress fracture in his foot that sidelined Robinson for months and was discovered just weeks after adding his name to be considered for the 2016 NBA draft.
However, now Robinson is healthy and ready to hit the hardwood for the Gators.
“Way different from last year," said Robinson. "We are more dynamic, way younger guys, we just help each other, we all lead each other. We got guys ready to learn, ready to work and I think it is going to be a great season.”
“It’s great. Last year we were just trying to get used to him. This year now we know what to expect from him, what to expect from some of the guys that have been here last year so we are getting on the same page. We started off a little bit last year at the end of the year and we just keep picking it up from last year, just trying to keep going forward with that. “
Much of Robinson's confidence comes from entering year two under Florida head coach, Mike White.
Robinson averaged nine points per game and just under six rebounds per contest. He was expected to go early in the second round of the draft before suffering the injury.
**Robinson discusses the season ahead and much more in the video above**