Just a sophomore, Robinson played in less than 32 percent of the Jayhawks' minutes and rightfully so, he was being Marcus and Markieff Morris, two 2011 first-round picks and All-Big 12 selections. So you will not find his name atop many statistical categories due to his limited action, but if he did qualify, Robinson's numbers would be amongst the nation's best in effective field-goal percentage, rebounding rates, blocked shot percentages, fouls drawn per 40 minutes and free-throw rate. You get the point. In roughly 14 minutes per game, Robinson was able to post an offensive rating of 109 with an 8 point per game average on 60.1 percent shooting from the floor. Rebounding the ball is one of Robinson's biggest strengths where the 6'9" forward would have ranked third in the country in both offensive (19.1 percent) and defensive (30.6) rebounding percentages while he is on the floor.
Robinson should jump into the starting lineup to replace Marcus Morris as the next Big 12 Player of the Year and Kansas' next lottery pick.