Robbie Hummel – Looking for the Leap from College Basketball to NBA
Robbie Hummel is a basketball player currently playing college basketball for the Purdue University that is located in West Lafayette, Indiana. Hummel is a senior in college and plays as a forward. He spent his school life at the Valparaiso High School in Indiana and started honing his skills as a basketball player during that time. Hummel had an average of 15.7 points, 4.1 assists as well as 7.1 rebounds per game during his senior year in the Vikings team.
After he entered college, his career took off all of a sudden and he began to average more points per game than he ever had and he seemed to improve with every passing game. He made the Indiana All-Star Team in the 2006-2007 season, made the First Team All-Big Ten as well as the All-Freshman Big-Ten team in the 2007-2008 season.
In the 2008-2009 season, he was voted Pre season Big Ten Player of the Year, the Big Ten Tournament Most Valuable player, the Third team All Big Ten as well as the Academic All Big Ten. Robbie Hummel is one of the sport’s most up and coming stars who is one the verge of a breakthrough in the NBA.