The term “SEC speed” is a real thing, according to Wan’Dale Robinson. The former Nebraska and Kentucky wide receiver says that’s the biggest difference between the B1G and SEC.

Wednesday, Robinson was taking questions in Indianapolis as he prepares for the 2022 NFL Scouting Combine. Having played in both leagues, the former 4-star recruit was asked for the biggest difference between playing in the B1G and in the SEC.

Speed was his No. 1 answer.

“The speed. Definitely the speed,” Robinson said. “You just see the athletes that are out there on the field every week. You can’t take anybody lightly. And then in the Big Ten it’s just kind of — everybody’s in a loaded box, I feel like. Except for some teams, you’re going to spread out a little bit but in the SEC everybody’s fast and everybody can run.”

Robinson spent two seasons at Nebraska, joining the team in 2019. He totaled 914 receiving yards, 580 rushing yards and accounted for 7 total touchdowns.

In his lone year at Kentucky, Robinson piled up 1,334 receiving yards and 7 touchdowns, posting the best season in his 3-year career. Now, he’s looking to make an impact at the next level.