Mizzou is killing it on the transfer market and the Tigers are the favorite for TCU QB transfer Shawn Robinson, per @SWiltfong247 https://t.co/6Qh9MIDAA6— 247Sports (@247Sports) December 15, 2018
I’ll go ahead and let you all in on the news we posted earlier this morning: TCU transfer quarterback Shawn Robinson is on a visit to #Mizzou this weekend. Was an Army all-American in high school. More details here: https://t.co/LzTqyZos8I— Gabe DeArmond (@GabeDeArmond) December 15, 2018
Shawn Robinson was spotted at Mizzou’s bowl practice today and will have to sit out the 2019 season after transferring from Texas Christian University, no matter which school he moves to. He started the first seven games this season and played in 13 games overall the last two years for the Horned Frogs before being sidelined by a knee injury the remainder of the season.
The 2019 starter at Quarterback appears to be solidified with the transfer of Kelly Bryant, the Clemson transfer, signing financial aid papers with Mizzou and likely to be on campus next semester. In 2020 however, things are more up in the air. If Robinson were to commit to Missouri, he would join 4-star 2019 commitment Connor Bazelak in the class, and would be a redshirt junior for the 2020 season. The Tigers currently have four quarterbacks on their roster for next season in redshirt sophomore Micah Wilson, redshirt freshman Taylor Powell, redshirt sophomore Lindsey Scott Jr, and redshirt junior Jack Lowary with Drew Lock set to graduate.
Speculation has already started about potential quarterback defections with the addition of Bryant, and would be certain if Robinson joined the roster. Though who might be looking elsewhere is obviously unknown at this point.
Robinson was a 4-star recruit coming out of high school and an Army All-America game participant. He threw for over 1300 yards in his seven starts, with 230 yards rushing, and 9 TDs with 8 INTs.