Seygan Robins, one of the top girls’ basketball recruits in Kentucky, committed to play at the University of Louisville on Wednesday.
The 5-foot-9 Robins, a rising junior point guard for Mercer County High School, chose the Cardinals over scholarship offers from Kentucky, Western Kentucky and Central Florida, among others.
Robins was named to the Herald-Leader’s 2016 All-State squad as a First Team selection after a stellar sophomore season in which she averaged 16.2 points per game.
Robins helped lead Mercer County (31-6) to the semifinals of the state tournament last March.
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She is Louisville’s first commitment for the class of 2018.
In an interview with Scout.com‘s Cardinal Authority, Robins said her choice came down to Louisville or Kentucky.
“It’s definitely a combination of things,” she told Cardinal Authority. “I’ve always really loved the coaching staff there. Every time that I go up there it’s like a family environment and it just feels like home. The players are really comforting and inviting. It’s just a really good environment.”