The five-star big man has reportedly made his decision.
Western Kentucky reportedly isn't going to lose its biggest basketball recruit in program history.
There was some speculation that Mitchell Robinson, a five-star big man in the 2017 class, was going to try to get out of his commitment to WKU following the departure of assistant coach Shammond Williams.
Williams is Robinson's godfather and, thus, was pretty pivotal in the recruitment of the top 10 recruit.
But WKU reportedly isn't going to lose the 7-footer.
ESPN's Jeff Goodman says Robinson has enrolled at WKU and is taking classes.
The 7-foot, 222-pound center is ranked the No. 8 overall recruit in the class by 247Sports' Composite Rankings.
He chose Western Kentucky over Alabama, LSU and North Carolina.