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Mar 22, 2014; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Michigan Wolverines forward Glenn Robinson III (1) shoots a jump shot in the first half of a men’s college basketball game against the Texas Longhorns during the third round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Glenn Robinson III, SF, Michigan

Robinson, 20, is a 6-foot-7, 211-pound small forward, the same height as his father—the No. 1 overall pick of the Bucks 20 years ago in 1994—but lighter.

Robinson averaged 13.1 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 32.3 minutes per game for the Wolverines, shooting a slash line of .488/.306/.757.

Robinson didn’t improve as much as scouts had hoped he would as a sophomore, but he’s got the size and athleticism scouts want in an NBA wing. He’s a terrific finisher with great speed and quickness.

He did well at Michigan taking what was created for him, but left a lot to be desired in terms of his ability to create his own opportunities from the perimeter. His good first step is negated by poor ball-handling skills, leaving him unable to consistently shake his defender.

Robinson also looks uncomfortable—at best—handling the ball under pressure and finished last year with more turnovers than assists.

He’s also got work to do as a jump shooter—he was a better pull-up shooter (40 percent) than with his feet set (35.4 percent).

Defensively, Robinson has a lot of promise, but doesn’t always play tough enough to take advantage of his tools. He was not a particularly good rebounder despite his leaping ability.

There is a great deal of differing opinion on Robinson as a prospect, with one mock having him go near the middle of the first round and another leaving him out of the 60-player draft pool altogether.

Projected to come off the board: No. 21-undrafted.