Robertson picks K-State

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Nobody will mistake Dominique Robertson for a chatterbox. The three-star tackle is short on words and isn't easily excited. He's reserved. He's quiet. He mumbles when he speaks. In that way, he's an offensive lineman stereotype.
So when asked if the reports of his commitment to Kansas State were true, he keeps things as simple as humanly possible.
"Yeah," Robertson said.
According to Robertson, his commitment to K-State went down a few days back and flew under the news radar until Monday afternoon. He didn't feel the need to spread the word right away.
Asked what led him to choose Bill Snyder's program over the eight other offers he claims, Robertson finally opens up.
If only just a bit.
"I just felt like it's the right place for me," he said. "They told me I have the best opportunity to start there. I have a buddy from my JUCO, Aaron Bennett, there too."
Robertson will join K-State just before fall camp, as he will need some extra time to finish up his graduation requirements at California's Riverside Community College.
"It's going be a little bit later than May before I get there," Robertson said on Monday.
The No. 72-ranked player junior college player in the 2014 class, Robertson chose the Wildcats over offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Texas Tech, Washington State and others.
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