2. Jerome Robinson
Where the first three guys are definite longshots to be selected by the Bucks, these next two are probably the most likely prospects to hear their name called.
Jerome Robinson has now posted back-to-back great scoring years at Boston College. After averaging 18.7 points per game his sophomore season, he upped that to 20.7 last year, prompting him to come to the NBA a year before he can graduate.
At 6-foot-5, he’s listed as a point guard, but is similar to Malcolm Brogdon in that he can play off the ball as well. Although his passing leaves something to be desired, Robinson is a great spot-up shooter which is something Milwaukee is certainly looking for. He can also shoot off the dribble.
He sometimes struggles to finishes inside and is only an average to slightly above-average athlete. That might haunt him a bit in the long and athletic league that is the NBA, but he has the tools to overcome it. Don’t be surprised to hear his name on draft night.