Liam Robbins
CenterC
Minnesota
GTD
Injury Not Injury Related
Heading to Minnesota
CMinnesota
Not Injury Related
April 5, 2020
Robbins announced Sunday via his personal Twitter account that he'll transfer to Minnesota.
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Just one day after announcing his departure from Drake and entering the transfer portal, the seven-foot, 235-pound center has found a new home. Robbins had a huge sophomore season in 2019-20, averaging 14.1 points and 7.1 rebounds while ranking fifth in the nation with 2.9 blocks per contest. He'll provide the Golden Gophers will a much-needed physical presence inside, likely taking the spot in the starting five that previously belonged to Daniel Oturu, who entered the 2020 NBA Draft. Though Robbins isn't a graduate transfer and would normally have to sit out the upcoming campaign, Robbins is reportedly filing for a waiver to be immediately eligible in 2020-21, per Marcus Fuller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Whether he debuts for Minnesota in 2020-21 or 2021-22, Robbins will join the Gophers with two years of eligibility left.
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