Entrance Interview: Glenn Robinson III 

June, 26, 2012
Entrance Interview is a series at WolverineNation -- similar to our Exit Interview series -- where we chat with incoming Michigan football and men's basketball players about their thoughts as they start college, what their expectations are, and what they'll miss most about high school.

He shot up the rankings throughout his high school career. By the time his senior season ended, Glenn Robinson III (St. John, Ind./Lake Central) was a five-star prospect and the No. 18 player in the ESPN 100. When he committed to John Beilein and Michigan, however, he was a player with a lot of potential and a famous father.

Now, the 6-foot-6, 215-pound forward enters Michigan as a candidate for major minutes as a freshman after concluding his high school career in the Indiana-Kentucky All-Star games earlier in June. WolverineNation caught up with Robinson III as he finished off high school and was getting ready for college.
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