One of the reasons there’s so much excitement about Nebraska football this season is because of the high-powered offense the Huskers are expected to produce. A big part of that has to do with incoming freshman Wan’Dale Robinson.

The four-star all-purpose back/receiver has gained plenty of attention since committing to Nebraska. His speed, elusiveness and playmaking ability have people comparing Robinson to Purdue star Rondale Moore.

Even the Purdue receiver said that he and Robinson play a “similar” style.

Some of that has already been on display during Huskers camp. The official Twitter account of Nebraska football shared a video of Robinson making a great adjustment on a ball in the air, hauling it in before stumbling out of bounds.

It’s already got people talking:

Robinson’s goal is to be a freshman All-American — just like Moore was for the Boilermakers last season. If he makes plays like that regularly, he’ll definitely be a candidate.

Robinson was one of the top 100 players in the 2019 recruiting class and was the top prospect out of Kentucky. He’ll have no trouble getting on the field in his first year in Lincoln.