While Gary Harris can turn any game into a personal highlight reel, Glenn Robinson III simply goes to work. He's a 6'6", 210-pound swingman who's spent most of his freshman season bodying up to power forwards.
It's Robinson, not big men Jordan Morgan or Mitch McGary, who leads the Wolverines in rebounding. He has 13 double-figure scoring games, while only managing five games of double-digit shot attempts.
That efficiency truly qualifies as cold-blooded. Robinson is fifth or better in the league in FG%, eFG% and TS%. Indiana's Victor Oladipo and Michigan State's Adreian Payne are the only others to pull off that triple.
Coach John Beilein can count on Robinson to make good decisions with the ball, not only with his shot. Robinson has been on the court for more than 1,000 Wolverine possessions this season. He's committed a mere 22 turnovers.
Harris can beat Robinson to the FOY award if he continues his evolution into one of Michigan State's primary options. Robinson is unlikely to take shots away from Trey Burke or Tim Hardaway, but as he's proven, he doesn't need a lot to make a major impact.
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