For a large part of the year, many believed Thomas Robinson could upend Anthony Davis as Player of the Year.
Robinson is a beast under the boards and is a proven scorer. He showed his ability to lead a team, as he took Kansas to the championship even though they were not regarded to be that good. Robinson has everything scouts look for when it comes to his motor, aggressiveness and drive.
The knock against Robinson, however, is his size.
Although he is listed at 6'10", he is expected to be more in the range of 6'7" when measured by the NBA. At that size, he is small for his position, which adds concern to the troubles he showed with his length in college.
A smaller issue is the perimeter game of Robinson. Although he is very good at creating his own shot on the perimeter despite his size, he has let it play too great of a role in his game. He needs to be a big man down low in the NBA, both physically and mentally.
Draft Stock: Falling