Michigan’s Glenn Robinson III was the most impressive player of anyone I saw on the trip. GR3 will see more time at his natural position, small forward, this season. The 6-7 Robinson has added weight and become more athletic.
The questions regarding the son of the “Big Dog” were about his perimeter shot and ability to put the ball on the floor. Robinson buried deep jumper after deep jumper and appears far more comfortable at the 3-spot in John Beilein’s offense. It’s still yet to be determined whether this aspect of his skill set will translate in games, but it’s a good sign with Robinson more assertive on the offensive end. If he can gain a consistent jumper to go with his athleticism, he’ll almost certainly be a lottery pick.
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