After losing in the national title game as a freshman, Glenn Robinson III was looking like a potential lottery selection.
But instead of declaring for the draft, Robinson returned to school to compete with a deeper, more talented field of prospects in 2014.
Robinson told me he heard that his draft range this year is 20-40, but last year, he was hearing top 15.
If you ask me, Robinson is the same player today as he was in 2013, only his efficiency fell off without Trey Burke setting him up.
He just didn't get as many good looks this past year, resulting in inconsistency and a drop-off in his shooting percentages.
Robinson's jumper sure looked sharp at the combine—he finished first amongst small forwards during spot-up shooting drills, where he drained 31-of-50.
On the move, he made 25-of-39 shots, good for 64 percent.
Robinson also measured in less than a quarter-inch below 6'7", slightly bigger than his 6'6" listing at Michigan suggests.
He already met with four teams, and he was scheduled to meet with six more before Friday, per Brendan Quinn of MLive Media Group.
Robinson a terrific athlete and a better-than-advertised shooter who can also slash and defend. Chances are someone will be getting a guy with lottery-type upside somewhere late in the first or early in the second round.