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Report: Glenn Robinson III to enter the NBA Draft

Apr 14, 2014, 2:25 PM EST

Kaleb Tarczewski, Glenn Robinson III

Michigan’s sophomore forward Glenn Robinson III will enter the NBA Draft, according to a report from Jake Fischer of the Boston Globe.

The Michigan coaching staff has yet to be informed of Robinson’s decision, but Robinson has been expected to leave for the professional ranks. He’s projected as an early-second round pick, according to Draft Express, but some expect Robinson to sneak his way into the first round.

Robinson averaged 13.1 points as a sophomore.

MOREThe entire list of players entering the 2014 NBA Draft

Robinson isn’t the only Wolverine currently deciding on where he will play basketball in the near future. Nik Stauskas has reportedly made the decision to enter the NBA Draft, although he refuted the report last week. Center Mitch McGary is also considering turning professional, although he spent the last four month of the season on the bench after back surgery.

  1. inhokewetrust - Apr 14, 2014 at 4:13 PM

    When leaving early to the NBA…it’s for 2 reasons..being picked at least in the lottery or comming out to support family….money is not an issue when dad was a millionare basketball player…now glen jr at this point is a low 1st early second…WHY LEAVE…stay and u are clear cut lottery next year…

  2. nitrobell - Apr 14, 2014 at 4:31 PM

    Good call Glenn. You’ll be a late 1st round pick at best, D League as a rookie, playing in Europe by year 4. Just one more disappointment from GR lll

  3. midnightmaurader - Apr 14, 2014 at 5:02 PM

    They said tim hardaway was making a mistake too, now look at him. Glenn is a physical freak that will impress in workouts and played his best ball in the ncaa tournament both this year and last year. So where’s the mistake?

  4. barnesaintnoble - Apr 14, 2014 at 5:19 PM

    Inconsistency will happen in college when you can’t put consistent time in your game and are limited with how much time you can spend with coaches (academics and NCAA limits). He’ll be fine, let’s hope Big Dog tells Milwaukee to NOT draft his son.

  5. inhokewetrust - Apr 14, 2014 at 5:41 PM

    I will be honest..it’s with selfish tendencies that I hope he stays..I think he will be a better player at the next level..but I still wish he would stay blue one more year….it’s looking like a rebuild for us next year…especially if Mitch goes too

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