We finally know where Kenny Robinson will land.
Robinson, an All-Big 12 safety in 2018 with West Virginia, was one of the Mountaineer players who left the team this offseason and opted to explore his professional options. On Wednesday, Robinson was selected in the XFL draft by the St. Louis Battle Hawks.
Robinson played in 25 games in two seasons at WVU, starting 20 times. He ranked second in the Big 12 in 2018 with four interceptions in 12 starts at safety for the Mountaineers.
So far, four former West Virginia players have been selected by XFL teams — Dravon Askew-Henry (New York Guardians), Marquise Lucas (Tampa Bay Vipers) and Terence Garvin (St. Louis).