It was a few hours before tipoff back in mid-February when senior Glenn Robinson III found out that he wasn’t chosen for the prestigious McDonald’s All-American Game. The disappointment was clearly evident in his eyes, since it was one of his goals for the year.
“But there will be other (all-star) games,’’ said Robinson, a Michigan commit from St. John, Ind.. “I’ll just have to make the most of those.’’
That he’s done.
He turned heads in New Orleans and San Diego in April, the best player on the floor in each all-star game. And he’s been doing the same this week during the annual June barnstorming tour by the Indiana All-Stars. Robinson led the team in scoring Monday night with 21 points against the Junior All-Stars and was equally impressive Wednesday night in Pendleton, scoring 10 points in 16 minutes on 4-of-8 shooting. He was one of six Indiana seniors in double figures in the 121-96 victory.
“This week has been great; everything I expected,’’ Robinson said. This is a great gr