The Wandale Robinson soap opera might be taking another turn. The all-purpose back, fresh off taking home all kinds of hardware over the last week, sent out a tweet on Sunday night that has some Nebraska football fans wondering if he might be rethinking his commitment. The tweet, which read simply "always do what's best for you, no one else," has got tongues wagging, mainly because the star prospect has been relatively silent on social media. While there are bound to be some people who think fans are reading too much into a simple sentence, those following recruiting closely over the last few years know that there can often be a clue to a player's state of mind in such statements.

Could Wandale Robinson be wavering?

What makes Huskers fans hope the Kentucky native might be looking at Nebraska football again is that he once favored the Cornhuskers over all others. One intern with the Omaha World-Herald was even contacted to create the graphic that was going to show the 4-star prospect as committed to Scott Frost and company. Then a late in the process change of heart led him to commit to Kentucky. That change was so sudden, there were even some who thought he might have been getting some kind of benefit to make the change.

While there haven't been any concrete examples of Wandale Robinson looking elsewhere, it appears there has been enough for Husker fans to get excited.

Ryan Held did pay an in-home visit to the prospect last week. The athlete also told a Kentucky radio station that if Louisville hired Purdue head coach Jeff Brohm, he would consider the Cardinals. That, at the very least, shows there is an opening for the Nebraska football program to try and sneak through.

Nebraska football remains a long shot

While Wandale Robinson did once consider the Huskers his front-runner, it's very unclear what place they hold in his heart today. Does that tweet mean that the renewed interest and the continued recruiting of him by the Huskers has managed to get them back in the game? Was he simply tweeting out a quote he liked?

The recruiting cycle for the 2019 class has officially reached the silly season. Anyone and everyone is going to attempt to find answers to these questions that fit their narrative. The good news is that Husker fans should know the final answer to these questions on December 19. That is the first day 2019 prospects can sign their letters of intent. The Nebraska football team will likely be pushing as hard as it can for Wandale Robinson to change his commitment until that day.