Glenn Robinson III was a major contributor in Michigan’s run to the 2013 national title game. GR3’s freakish athleticism and uncanny ability to get to the rim made him a nightmare in the open court for opponents.
On a team that had balanced scoring, Robinson averaged 11 points and 5.4 rebounds (No. 2 on the team) per game. In March Madness, he shot a blistering 31-of-48 (65 percent) from the field.
With the departure of Tim Hardaway Jr., GR3 should have an expanded role in the Wolverines offensive attack and see more time at his natural position of SF. In doing so, Robinson will be able to showcase his slash and gash skills that should make him a lottery pick in next year’s NBA draft.
From a team standpoint, Robinson will be counted on to bring more than just numbers. If he can transition to becoming a standout leader along with being a stat-sheet stuffer, there's no reason that the Wolverines can't make another deep tournament run in 2014.