Attending the Crimson Tide's game with teammate and class of 2015 defensive tackle prospect Jared Gentry, Roberts was pleased with the experience.
"It was great, they played good," he said of UA's 31-6 win over the Rams. "The fan base was great.
"We're staying the night."
In between attention from Alabama fans who recognized him as a commitment -- which he said "felt great" -- the 6-foot, 185-pounder had his eyes on a player who may not be on campus too long after this season.
"I was watching HaHa (Clinton Dix)," he said.
Before the game, Roberts got the chance to speak with a pair of coaches who both play a big part in his recruitment and could have plenty to do with his future should he ink Crimson in Feburary.
"Coach [Nick] Saban and Coach [Kirby] Smart spoke to me," he said. "They tell me they want me and stuff, and that the need some cornerbacks.
"I can get playing time next year."
Despite reports, the senior maintains he was solid to Alabama as a commitment even before stepping foot in Tuscaloosa on Saturday.
"Yea, I'm 100 percent 'Bama," he said. "Gotta be committed fully."
Scout.com's No. 29 cornerback prospect nationally in the class of 2014 reported the same news to Saban and Smart in person.
"Yes I did, they're ready for me," Roberts said.