Wandale Robinson officially signed with Nebraska on Wednesday. In his appearance on "The Bottom Line," he discussed his emotions throughout the recruiting process, where he will fit in the Husker offense and what his impression of Lincoln was during his visit.

Robinson said there was a lot of stress relief after he signed with Nebraska.

"All the stress was gone," he said. "I was just happier than I've ever been."

Nebraska's offense is what set the Huskers apart during Robinson's recruiting process, but education was his top priority. 

"A school I'd get a very good education at — I feel like all the finalists from my schools would give me that opportunity," he said. "Obviously, the offensive fit and where I felt I'd fit the best and where I felt I was the biggest need for a school, and that's what ultimately led me to Nebraska."

There is still uncertainty exactly where Robinson's impact will be felt in the Nebraska offense. He feels comfortable at either wide receiver or running back.

"I feel like I do both very well, and I do both at a very high level," he said. "That's what I really wanted to do when I was being recruited. I wanted to see which school I'd be able to do that at. Nebraska ultimately had the proof."

Watch the full interview at the top of this article, and you can click here to read more about Robinson.

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