Report: Glenn Robinson III To Turn Pro
By: Evan Jankens
After the Michigan Wolverines finished their 2013-14 season, the thoughts were whether or not Michigan’s sophomores would turn pro. Last week, it was reported that Nik Stauskas would turn pro, and he quickly went to his Twitter account to say the reports were false. There hasn’t been any word from Mitch McGary on his status for next season.
Monday, a report surfaced that Michigan forward Glenn Robinson III has hired an agent and will be going to the NBA. All of this according to Jake Fischer of the Boston Globe. He tweeted today that Robinson, in fact, has signed an agent and that a press conference will be coming this week.
Source: Michigan soph forward Glenn Robinson III has signed with an agent and will enter the NBA Draft. Press conference coming this week.—
Jake Fischer (@JakeLFischer) April 14, 2014
Robinson III averaged 13.1 PPG with 4.4 rebounds a game. Last season as a freshman Robinson put up 11 points a game and 5.4 rebounds. Robinson III is the son of NBA legend Glenn Robinson who was drafted first overall in the 1994 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks.