After a strong summer running with KC Run GMC, forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl has established himself as one of the Midwest’s premier players in the 2019 class and continues to add new offers.

A skilled forward with terrific footwork in the post and the ability to play multiple positions, Robinson is an elite rebounder with a nose for the ball and the ability to dominate the glass, even against elite competition.

But despite those skills, he says his best attribute is his hard-work attitude.

“I have a motor when I go out on the court,” he says. “I work hard and try to be a team player and go out there to win.”

A former NY2LA Sports Generation Next Basketball Association Alumni at the middle school level, Robinson helped lead Bishop Miege to a Kansas 4A state championship last season and expectations are high again this year. In a show of his versatility and competitiveness, Robinson guarded Creighton freshman Mitchell Blalock, a shooting guard.

This offseason, Robinson focused on becoming a stretch 4/wing player as he worked on his ball handling and outside shooting. The work has paid off as he has added offers from UCLA, Missouri, Notre Dame and Virginia late in the summer to an already impressive offer sheet.

Robinson is the son of a No. 1 ranked recruit, Lester Earl who played at LSU and later Kansas before suffering knee injuries that derailed a promising career.

A fan of Anthony Davis, Robinson says he has tried to take elements of the NBA star forward’s game and implement them into his own game.  “He is a really tall big who can shoot the ball, dunks and does everything well and I look at him when I look at a player I want to be,” Robinson says.

Robinson played with the KC Run GMC program during the grassroots travel season.