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Over the past few weeks, Glenn Robinson III has really looked like the prospect we've hyped him up to be.
He's made plays on both sides of the ball, which has made Michigan the threat it is today.
Robinson is one of the top finishing wings at the basket, but also sports a promising spot-up three-point shot that increases his purpose in a half-court set.
Defensively, he's been active, jumping into passing lanes and deflecting passes, which leads to fast-break opportunities.
He may not be the dominant scorer you'd expect a lottery pick to be, but Robinson's long-term potential centers on his ability to make plays off the ball. Not everyone in the lineup has to have go-to scoring tools.
With a basketball body at 6'6", this is a guy someone might reach for knowing his upside will be easy to hit.