Glenn Robinson III moves up to No. 11 in Rivals 150

Dylan Burkhardt
380919_346201645407156_100000519692843_1340194_203249438_n1[1] updated its 2012 Top 150 rankings and Glenn Robinson III saw his stock soar to the No. 11 spot.  Robinson is’s the highest rated prospect headed to the Big Ten. He’s joined in Michigan’s 2012 class by No. 30 Mitch McGary, No. 71 Nik Stauskas and 3-star Spike Albrecht. Rivals ranks Michigan’s incoming class as the fifth best in the country.

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  • BlimpyBlue

    Those class rankings are old ranking from November 2012.  They are based off of old player rankings and don’t include new commits such as Spike on the list.  It doesn’t look like Rivals has updated the class rankings yet.

    • Mith

      What are you talking about?

      • BlimpyBlue

        If you click on Dylan’s link to “fifth best in the country” you’ll see that Michigan’s class rank only shows McGary, GRIII and Stauskas, with those three ranked as #3, #34, and #79, respectively.  The article is also dated March 12, 2012.  Together, those indicate that rivals has not updated the class rankings by team.

        • Charlie

          hmmmmm. youre right

  • kainkitizen

    That is so awesome that Glenn got a 5star for his hard work to get to the top of the recruiting list.  He’s going to be a stud for us.  I can’t wait to see and watch next years team.

  • J.G.

    You had to do it didn’t you? lol that picture!!

    • The Yooper

      I was at that tournament….. GR3 vs. J.P. Tokoto was a battle! Haha they both went off.

  • A State Fan

    GRIII not listed in Chad Ford’s Top 100 draft picks for 2013.
    Burke: 40
    McGary: 46
    Hardaway: 53 

    Not a lot of B1G players in the top 30, but from 30-60 UM, MSU, IND have a few

  • Indiana_Matt

    He’s a beast. What a testament to hard work. Highest rated Indiana player in a stacked year. Well done.

  • Dcoop15

    at the end of the day this guy deserved every bit of a five star…and if u let me tell it hes better than michigan states Gary Harris…