Octagon Basketball has signed Jeremiah Robinson-Earl to their basketball client roster. The Villanova Wildcat sophomore averaged 15.7 points and 8.5 rebounds per game during the 2020-2021 season which helped propel the Wildcats to an 18-7 record and a berth to the Sweet Sixteen. Robinson-Earl explored his draft options after the 2019-2020 season but chose to return to Villanova and it was the right decision. His points per game increased from 10.5 points per game to 15.7 points per game and his seven double-doubles earned him Co-Big East Player of the Year.
“After a meaningful conversation with coach [Jay] Wright, family, and my trusted circle, I have decided to sign with an agent and declare for the 2021 draft,” Robinson-Earl said in a statement on Twitter. “That being said, the last two years at Villanova have allowed me to grow in so many ways, as both a person and as a player.”
“I am forever grateful to Coach Wright and the entire staff, my teammates/brothers, the faculty, and all of Nova Nation. I thank the great Lord above for all things and for allowing Villanova to be part of his plan for me. I will continue to strive for greatness, not perfection, and bring all the tools I have learned at Villanova to guide me in this next chapter of my life. Attitude!”