Duncan Robinson, a 6-7 forward from Williams College, will visit Michigan to explore the possibility of transferrring, The Wolverine reported.
Robinson, who is from New Castle, N.H., averaged 17.1 points, 6.5 rebounds and 34.7 minutes last season during his freshman year at Williams.
Robinson also shot 45.3 percent on 3-pointers for the season, averaging 2.5 makes on 5.6 attempts per game.
Williams lost to Wisconsin-Whitewater 75-73 in last seasonís Division III national championship game. Robinson scored 17 in that game and also 30 in the national semifinal, a 98-69 win over Amherst.
U-M seems on the verge of adding transfer Duncan Robinson from DIII Williams College next week. Details ($) https://t.co/NtYcxPKA9F— Chris Balas (@Balas_Wolverine) July 29, 2014