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Robinson Signs with Lindsey Wilson Men's Basketball

By Kyle Jackson

Connor Robinson is set to join the Lindsey Wilson men's basketball team for the 2021-22 season, head coach Chris Starks announced on Friday.

Robinson is a 6'3 guard, four-year letterman from Clay County High School in Kentucky. He averaged 24 points per game in his senior year and finished in the top five of all-time scorers in Clay County High School history accumulating over 2,070 total points during his high school career.

"Connor is exactly what I was looking for in terms of building for the future with our freshman class," said Coach Starks. "Outside of him being a tremendous student in the classroom, he is a tough-nosed competitor and has a true passion to play the game that can really score the basketball in a variety of ways."

Robinson is a four-time 49th District first-team selection, a three-time 13th Region first-team selection, a WYMT Mountain Classic Most Valuable Player and a Cumberland Falls Invitational Most Valuable Player honoree.

"I think Lindsey Wilson is getting a guy that you will never have to yell at for lack of hustle, tremendous basketball IQ and a natural gym rat with a lot of ability," said Clay County Head Coach Glenn Gray.

This story was posted on 2021-05-13 16:41:33
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