Alabama is the only team in the south Robertson lists in his top five. West coast schools are also high on his list, but the big back does not have a problem heading to the south.
"My top five are in this order: Alabama, UCLA, California, Oregon, and USC. I would not have a problem at all traveling across the country to play college football. As long as I like the coaching staff, environment, and the school, then I would not have a problem."
Several key aspects will favor in Robertson's decision before signing day.
"I am looking for a place with a winning tradition, and a good coach. I want to go somewhere that has a big offensive line. I am bigger than three guys on our offensive line. I want to run behind some really big guys," replied Robertson.
When asked about strengths, Robertson replied, "I think my strengths are my vision on the field and my strength. I really want to work on my speed. I weigh 225. I would like to run a 4.5. I run a 4.7 right now. I was timed at a 4.7 by laser, and a 4.67 by hand, at the national combine in San Antonio, Texas."
Like several rising high school seniors, Robertson felt good about being invited to the national combine at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
"It was a fun experience. I am very glad I went. I felt like it helped me a lot with exposure."
Robertson plans to attend several combines in California over the next few months.