Notable Stats: 12.3 points per game, 5.8 rebounds per game, 59 percent shooting, 39.4 percent 3pt
This is the first time Glenn Robinson's name has been put on the board, as we're now operating under the assumption he's a one-and-done prospect.
From a talent perspective, it's a no-brainer—he just might have a better opportunity to showcase his game at Michigan when Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway are playing in the NBA.
Robinson is an off-ball scorer who can play anywhere in the half court. He's an excellent finisher at the rim, with the ability to explode upward for power or elude defenders in the air.
On the perimeter, Robinson is limited to spot-up duties. However, he's proven effective with a 39 percent stroke from downtown. While Robinson can score, his game is better suited to complement other scorers, the way Andre Iguodala does from the wing.
With NBA athleticism, size and two-way promise as a defensive asset, Robinson should garner lottery consideration whether he leaves this year or the next.