Kansas player of the year Robinson-Earl leaving Bishop Miege

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The top high school basketball player in the state won't be in Kansas for his senior year.

Jeremiah Robinson-Earl will play his final high school season at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.   As a junior, Robinson-Earl was named Gatorade player of the year in Kansas and led Bishop Miege to the 4A Division I state title.  

Robinson-Earl is considered a five star recruit and is being pursued by Kansas, North Carolina and others.  His father, Lester Earl, played college basketball at Kansas.  

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