Jaxson Robinson is a former Top 50 high school prospect, and after one year at Texas A&M, he has found a new home: The 6'7 wing has committed to Arkansas.
Robinson was actually a member of the class of the high school class of 2021, but after electing to reclassify, didn't have the season many were expecting, on an overall disappointing A&M squad which finished 13th out of 14 teams in the SEC. He averaged just 2.1 points in 9.7 minutes of play last season.
Still, Robinson is a versatile chess piece on an increasingly versatile Arkansas roster. He becomes the fourth marquee transfer into the Razorbacks' program this off-season, joining Au'Diese Toney (Pitt), Chris Lykes (Miami) and Stanley Umude (South Dakota).