Gelen Robinson high on Michigan 

September, 18, 2012
There’s a certain benefit in having an older brother play sports at a school that’s also recruiting you. And defensive lineman/linebacker Gelen Robinson (St. John, Ind./Lake Central), younger brother of Michigan freshman basketball player Glenn Robinson III, is feeling that advantage in learning more about the Wolverines.

“He came home with a bunch of stories to tell me about all of his practices and the people he has met,” Gelen said. “He always tells me it’s just great up there. That’s his home away from home now. He loves it.”

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Chantel Jennings/ESPN.com2014 DL/LB Gelen Robinson is getting an earful about Michigan from his brother, a freshman on the Wolverines' basketball team.
The 6-foot-2, 230-pound prospect has been on Michigan’s radar for quite a while, and though he hasn’t picked up a college offer yet, he still ranks the Wolverines as one of his top schools. Accompanying Michigan are Illinois and Purdue, his father’s alma mater. Outside of those three, he’s mainly hearing from other Big Ten schools.
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