Update on Henderson County WR Robert Waller

ITV caught up with 3-star prospect Robert Waller of Henderson County High School on Friday and discussed his current favorites.

Robert Waller (5-11, 175, 4.3) of Henderson County High School in Kentucky is one of the fastest players in the country and he also has one of the best vertical jumps in the country with an amazing 44-inch vertical. With his legit 4.3 speed, he has unlimited potential to score on any play that he touches the football.

Waller, who has visited or will be visiting all of his favorites, discussed his top choices on Friday with InsidetheVille.com.

"Right now I like Michigan State, Louisville, Kentucky, Georgia and Ohio," said Waller. "I'm visiting Kentucky this weekend and then Georgia next weekend."

He also informed me that all of his favorites have offered.

I asked Robert to explain a little about each program that he likes.

Kentucky
"I really grew up watching them. I have been a fan of theirs my whole life and that's really the reason that I am thinking about them."

Michigan State
"I'm thinking about them because of Coach Smith and [cornerbacks coach] Paul Haynes. They were talking to me a lot when they were at Louisville, so I'm thinking that I could play up there."

Louisville
"Well, they have been winning a lot the last few years, which I like. I really like the new coaches too."

Georgia
"I'm not sure about Georgia yet. I'm looking forward to visiting because I don't know that much about them yet."

Ohio
"That was the first place I visited. I had a good time there, but I'm not sure if I'd go there or not right now."

Waller told ITV that he doesn't expect to make his decision until after his trip to Georgia on January 31.


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