Wan'Dale Robinson

  • Height
    5' 8"
  • Weight
    179 lbs
  • Arm Length
    27 5/8"
Wan'Dale Robinson headshot
  • Draft Pick
    2.11 2022
  • College
  • Age
Overall rank

Wan'Dale Robinson Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Tgts Rec Rec Yds YPR Air Yds Rec TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2022 6 31 23 227 9.9 193 1 8.6
  • College Dominator
    37.3% (76th)
  • College YPR
    12.8 (26th)
  • College Target Share
    39.3% (99th)
  • Breakout Age
    18.7 (95th)

Wan'Dale Robinson Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream


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Wan'Dale Robinson Injury History

Games Missed
Injury Reports
ACL tear
Week 11 (2022)
Hamstring strain
Week 10 (2022)
Knee sprain
Week 1 (2022)

Wan'Dale Robinson College Stats

Year Games Recs Rec Yds Tgt Share Catch Rate Rec TDs Special Teams Age School
2019 10 (WR) 40 (60 tgts) 453 (11.3 ypr) - 66.7% 2 231 19 Nebraska
2020 8 (WR) 51 (68 tgts) 461 (9.0 ypr) 28.0% 75.0% 1 -5 20 Nebraska
2021 13 (WR) 104 (144 tgts) 1,334 (12.8 ypr) 39.3% 72.2% 7 0 21 Kentucky

Wan'Dale Robinson Athleticism

Who is Wan'Dale Robinson

At Nebraska, he was productive in his freshman year. He provided a multi-purpose skillset as a receiver, rusher, and kick returner. He finished the year with 453 receiving yards and 340 rushing yards on 88 attempts. Robinson was 2nd on the team in receiving yards and the Huskers 3rd leading rusher.

The 2020 season was a down year for the Nebraska Cornhuskers due to erratic quarterback play by Adrian Martinez and covid disrupting the normal flow of activities week to week. Still, Wan’dale rushed for 240 yards at 5.2 yards per carry and led the team in all receiving metrics. His improvement and added usage as a receiver came at the cost of less rush attempts. Remember, Wan’dale didn't want to go to a run-heavy scheme, but wanted to play for a school close to home. He got his wish when Kentucky brought in Liam Coen from the Los Angeles Rams as the Wildcats newest OC. Coen told Robinson that he would use him the same way the Rams utilized Cooper Kupp. I'll stop the daydream now, Wan’Dale is not and was not Cooper Kupp.

As a junior in 2021, Wan’Dale got what he always wanted. He was playing for a school close to home and was the focal point of the passing game. His 39.3% target share at a school in the SEC helped him set records at Kentucky. He set single season records in receptions (104) and receiving yards (1,334) on a Kentucky offense that was without another receiver of note on the roster. In the final game against Iowa in the Citrus Bowl, he posted 10 catches for 170 yards including clutch catches in the game winning drive.

Wan’Dale Robinson was selected in the 2nd round of the 2022 NFL Draft by the New York Giants. An aging Kenny Golladay, consistently hurt Sterling Shepard, and weird team relationship with Toney all point to a wheels up season for Wan’Dale. He’s not Deebo Samuel, but can be used as a gadget guy if needed like he was used at Kentucky. He’s also a guy that the Breakout Finder model absolutely loves because of his dynamism.