Glenn Robinson III has crisscrossed the country, working out for 18 NBA teams, trying to impress as many organizations as possible leading up to the draft.

Mitch McGary has taken a much more inauspicious approach. McGary has worked out for one team, the Milwaukee Bucks, since he declared for the draft in April.

Robinson said the strategy has worked out well. He had his second and final workout Wednesday with Memphis before flying home to be with his family for the draft. He basically has had a workout every other day since he started the process after the May 15 combine in Chicago. He didn’t single out one workout over the other.

“I feel like I’ve done well in all of them,” he said.

Robinson’s agent, Austin Brown of Creative Artists, a sprawling group that represents athletes, entertainers and actors, has Robinson pegged between No. 15 and 30.

Most draft analysts have him going early in the second round. The Spurs have the final first round pick at No. 30. Robinson has worked out with every team in that range, along with the 76ers. They have the No. 10 pick. Besides Memphis, the other team that called him back was Atlanta.

Atlanta is where Robinson’s father, Glenn Jr., lives. Although the younger Robinson doesn’t have a preference of where he wants to play, he did say it would be “cool to play in Atlanta where my dad lives.”

Shatelle Clay, Robinson’s mother, said the process has taken a toll on Robinson. Clay has been busy, car-pooling Robinson to and from the airport for his whirlwind of flights.

“He’s really tired,” she said. “He has had to deal with canceled flights, delayed flights, getting motion sickness. He’s ready for it to be over.”

Like any player who’s not a lottery pick, Robinson has decided to be as transparent and accommodating about making himself available for as many teams as possible.

Clay believes that strategy won’t hurt, and it could possibly help when teams that are interested in him have to make a decision.

“He just wants to show what he can do,” she said. “He has nothing to hide. Some agents don’t want you to work out that much. It has all gone well for Glenn. From what I hear, everyone enjoys being around him and he is bringing phenomena energy.

Clay, of course, said she believes Robinson is a first-round pick.

The situation for McGary is completely reversed. McGary’s status is more unsettled. However, his upside — he’s a 6-foot-10, 260-pound center who can run the floor, rebound and score — is believed to be higher than Robinson’s.

A back injury that derailed McGary eight games into the season has teams questioning how ready he is for the NBA.

Until last week, it was believed McGary would undergo one physical exam and release it to all the teams. His agent, Mark Bartelstein, said they decided not to do that, leading some observers to speculate he already had a handshake agreement with a team.

Chad Ford, of ESPN, tweeted that the Hornets, who have the 24th pick, were going to take McGary. Ford implied that was the reason they didn’t do the physical.

Bartelstein refused to comment on that report.

McGary worked out Friday for the Bucks. He also had worked in Chicago with Priority Sports. His comments, after the workout, were posted on the Bucks website: “I thought this was the best possible outcome for me — having a couple of limited workouts and getting my body back to where it needs to be and have the best chance in the draft. I talked to the assistant GM and the GM, and they’re definitely interested in me.”

Bartelstein called McGary a “unique” talent. His size and mobility are a rare combination.

“It’s hard to find big guys who have that kind of motor,” he said. “He plays so hard all the time. He is going to make his way. He has great energy and great passion. He’s skilled and he’s team oriented.”

Bartelstein said McGary’s suspension from the NCAA for testing positive for marijuana won’t hurt him in the long run.

“He acknowledged his mistake and moved on,” he said. “He’s a young man growing and learning. People make mistakes. Part of why that happened was the loneliness of being injured and not being part of a team. It something he has shown great resolve to not let it happen again.”