Glenn Robinson III has earned respect for his playing skills

Dylan Burkhardt

Kyle Neddenriep profiles Glenn Robinson III:

“Quite honestly, he wasn’t the same player that he is now,” said Brian Snow, a national recruiting analyst from Scout .com, which ranks Robinson No. 29 nationally. “He was about 6-4 or 6-5 and a very good athlete, but not great. Then he got stronger, more athletic and developed more of an attitude, and I mean that in a good way. He knows he’s the best player on the court now, and sometimes it takes some time for kids to realize that.”

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  • Steve2081

    Yeah he is pretty good. :)

  • SamGoBlue

    With basketball players being recruited starting around their freshmen or sophomore seasons, it seems like it takes forever for them to finally get on the college floor. I’ve been hyping GRIII as a great prospect for what seems like years on end now and simply can’t wait for him to finally don the Maize and Blue this fall!