Former Michigan Wolverines’ forward Glenn Robinson III is certainly an intriguing NBA prospect.
Like his former Wolverines’ teammate, Tim Hardaway, Jr., who was rookie with the New York Knicks this morning, Robinson is the son of former NBA player, Glenn Robinson. The elder Robinson was the number one overall pick in the 1994 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks and also played for the Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers and San Antonio Spurs.
Now, much like Hardaway, Jr., Robinson III will try to make his mark as a probable late first or early second round pick.
Robinson III, who is ranked as the 33rd-best prospect by Draft Express, will likely have several workouts coming up. According to Brendan F. Quinn of MLive.com, Robinson has scheduled a workou with the Hawks on Tuesday, the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday and will also be working out for the Chicago Bulls, Milwaukee Bucks and the Spurs.
Glenn Robinson III is set to embark on his first few individual workouts with NBA teams.
The former Michigan forward told MLive on Sunday that he will meet with the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday and the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday. More workouts will be scheduled, but the visits on Tuesday and Thursday will Robinson’s first since participating in the NBA draft combine in Chicago in mid-May….
…While he met with multiple NBA teams for sit-down interviews in Chicago, Robinson said he expected to meet with San Antonio, Chicago, Charlotte and Milwaukee for individual workout.
Robinson III, who measured in at 6’6.75 and 211 pounds with a wingspan of 6’10, averaged 13.1 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game last season.