The son of the long time NBA standout by the same name, Robinson showed his potential with some solid flashes. A pretty good athlete with long arms and a good frame, Robinson can score off the dribble or from deep at 6-foot-5. He needs to be more aggressive, though playing up he isn’t a primary option with SYF. Still there is a lot to like about his game, and the potential is very high with him.
Slowly but surely, the 188 pound rising junior is coming into his own. His jumper has become something to be respected out to the three point line, he’s blossoming as an athlete and starting to fill out. Now, he just needs to play with the confidence of a high major prospect.
Michigan has one scholarship remaining in the class of 2011 and one in the class of 2012.
The first priority is 2011 wing Dominique Pointer, a 6-foot-5 wing and athlete out of Quality Education Academy (formely Roseville, MI). Pointer is down to Michigan, West Virginia, and St. Johns and plans to make his decision after visiting all three schools. Michigan will get the final visit on the weekend of October 16th – which happens to be shaping up as Michigan’s biggest visit weekend of the year.
Pointer plans to decide shortly after his visits and sign in November but one Michigan prospect who won’t sign early is Amir Williams. Williams plans to trim his list soon and if Michigan makes the cut, I expect the Wolverines to continue pursuing the Country Day big man
throughout the winter regardless of Pointer’s decision.
The chances of landing Williams are much slimmer than the chances of landing Pointer. So if Williams heads out of state, Michigan has to land a big man in the class of 2012 — or target a late emerging 2011 post player. Jordan Hare, Malik London, and Khaliq Spicer are a couple names that have surfaced as 2012 big man prospects but none appear close to deciding anytime soon. The watch is on for new post prospects though as Michigan needs to land one in the next two classes.