Prospect Profile 2010: Robert Glenn
College: IUPUI | Birthday: 10/7/87 | NBA Position: Small Forward | Class: Senior | Ht: 6-7 | Wt: 200
NBA Comparison: Rudy Gay
Strengths: Most mock draft sites don’t project IUPUI forward Robert Glenn to be drafted. That being said, Glenn is a flat out basketball player. Playing in the smaller Summit League, were he earned All-Summit First Team honors, Glenn averaged a team best 19.8 points per game on 58.1% shooting. Not just a scorer, Glenn also led the Jaguars in blocks and rebounds. His athleticism at 6-7 makes him a very potent finisher getting through the lane for easy dunks and lay-ins. As a leader, Glenn proved very valuable under Coach Ron Hunter, helping his team to 25-11 record and a pair of post-season games in the CBI tournament.
Weaknesses: Glenn can get out of control. He averaged a shade over three turnovers last year. Also, he does not have an outside shot, making only five three-pointers in his 2009-2010 senior season and zero the year before. While he may be an athletic player, he can make careless plays, at times, going too fast for his own body or teammates to react. He needs to put on a few pounds to battle with stronger forwards.
Notes: If Glenn were to be drafted, he would become the second player (George Hill 08’) in school history. He is an Indianapolis native and attended Ben Davis High School.