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Glenn Robinson III has plenty of tools to play at the NBA.
Freshman small forward Glenn Robinson III has plenty of physical tools to have a lengthy NBA career, but one more year under head coach John Beilein would further develop those abilities.
Robinson will be one of the best leapers in whatever draft class he decides to join. Length and basketball IQ are two of Robinson's most prized traits as well, according to Chad Ford.
There are two areas of Robinson's game with room for improvement, though. Consistency and shooting will be what Beilein and his staff focus on developing, if Robinson elects to return to Ann Arbor.
Far too many times this season, Robinson simply stood in the corner while the Michigan Wolverines ran their offense. Aggressiveness was not an issue for Robinson in the NCAA tournament, however. The 6'6", 210-pounder grabbed 16 offensive rebounds during Michigan's Final Four run.
One of the most deceiving things about Robinson's game is his field goal percentage. In his first season with Michigan, the potential lottery pick shot 57.2 percent from the field. Most of that can be attributed to Robinson throwing down alley-oops and tipping in missed shots.
If Robinson develops a more consistent jump shot, especially from beyond the arc, he has the potential to be a No. 1-overall pick in next year's draft.
It will be hard criticize Robinson for leaving given Ford's latest projection, but one more year of college basketball would serve him well.