College: Virginia Tech
Good shooter, especially from deep
Adequate scorer off the dribble
Fairly good defensive player
Above average athlete
Smart player that has very good intangibles
Lacks an elite first step off the dribble
Can struggle to score in traffic
Needs to improve his rebounding
Old for a draft prospect, may have limited upside
Not an elite athlete
A bit undersized for his position
Justin Robinson is a smart, skilled point guard that can effectively run a team at the point. He is a fiery leader that plays hard on both sides of the basketball, and he has a wide array of skills that could prove to be useful at the next level. He is a good shooter and facilitator, and he is a feisty defender that will apply heavy ball pressure to make things difficult on his opponents.
However, he has not drawn much draft buzz, as he may be overshadowed by his higher profile teammate, Nickeil Alexander-Walker. Robinson may not be the most dynamic player, but he can provide a steady hand at the point, as he has a knack for making sound decisions in games. Right now, he may be a borderline second round prospect for the upcoming draft.