Age: 21
Position: Power Forward
Height: 6-10
Weight: 237 lbs.
School: Kansas
Mock Draft Average: 3
Highest Prediction: 2 (5x)
Lowest Prediction: 5 (5x)
Most Predicted: 2 (5x), 5 (5x)

COLLEGE STATS
Season: 2011-12
Points: 17.7
Rebounds: 11.9
Assists: 1.8
Steals: 1.1
Blocks: 0.9
Field Goal %: .505
Free Throw %: .682
Three-Point %: .500
Games Played: 39
Minutes: 31.8


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HEADLINES

Robinson Combine Interview

Robinson Gallery

Mocking the Draft

2012 Draft Central

STRENGTHS
Long, athletic big man
Very physical
Excellent rebounder
Explosive leaper
Strong, NBA body
Tough defender
Dramatically improved offensive game

DID YOU KNOW?
Robinson was one of only six players in NCAA Division I to average a double-double.

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING AROUND THE WEB
DRAFT EXPRESS
Much of the intrigue with Robinson prior to this season revolved around his outstanding physical tools for an NBA power forward prospect. Listed at 6-10 this season, with a 7-1 wingspan, broad shoulders, and a chiseled frame, Robinson also possesses excellent quickness and explosiveness for a player his size, which he further enhances by playing with tremendous energy. Once he catches the ball in the post, he isn't the most fluid player, but he has shown improved footwork and a developing skill set as a junior. He's able to shoot jump hooks over either shoulder, face up and shoot a jumper, or make a power move to the rim. He goes up strong and aggressively with the ability to finish above the rim or draw fouls, but has also displayed a soft touch finishing with either hand. Defensively, Robinson has excellent potential to defend the power forward position in the NBA. He's big and strong enough to defend on the block, and he's quick enough laterally to defend more perimeter-oriented four men and help on pick-and-rolls. He's extremely active and plays with great energy and toughness, and his three years playing for Bill Self at Kansas should serve him well as he makes the transition to learning the defensive schemes at the NBA level.

HOOPS WORLD
Has noticeably improved every year. A standout athletically with a relentless motor. Impossible to keep off of the boards. Developing a nice set of low post moves.

ESPN - CHAD FORD
Robinson plays like a man in the paint. He fights for every rebound that comes off the rim. He's not afraid to be physical inside. He's more skilled as a ball handler and as a perimeter player than you may think. He's an amazing athlete with explosive leaping ability and an NBA body. His motor runs on beast mode almost always. Robinson surprised scouts this year with his ball handling ability and a solid midrange jump shot. He's not afraid to get the ball at the top of the key and create his shot there. His quickness for a player his size and his explosive leaping ability make him a formidable threat offensively down the road.