Glenn Robinson III has earned respect for his playing skills

Kyle Neddenriep profiles Glenn Robinson III:

“Quite honestly, he wasn’t the same player that he is now,” said Brian Snow, a national recruiting analyst from Scout .com, which ranks Robinson No. 29 nationally. “He was about 6-4 or 6-5 and a very good athlete, but not great. Then he got stronger, more athletic and developed more of an attitude, and I mean that in a good way. He knows he’s the best player on the court now, and sometimes it takes some time for kids to realize that.”

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