Robinson made the rounds during drills and paid attention to the instructions being tossed out at the campers.
During running back drills, one talented back made a quality impression.
LSU running backs' coach Frank Wilson stopped drills to find out more information about the talented camper.
The prospect in question was 2014 Houston, Texas area product Samuel Stewart.
Stewart recently picked up his first offer from Texas Tech.
Stewart has family in Baton Rouge and he wanted to show the staff on hand what he is capable of.
Stewart plans to take an unofficial visit to Texas later in the week before making a camping trip to Mississippi State.
Another talented junior drawing attention during the camp is Evangel product Matthew Webb. Webb plays quarterback in the high school level, but worked out with the corners during today's events.
Webb looks very natural in his backpedal and he drew the praise of his position coaches for his efforts on more than one occasion.
Baldwin has college level size and the arm to match a pro style offensive system.
While the era of the spread offense is upon us, Baldwin is a prototypical pocket passer.
Wide receiver Shelby Christy was one of the top targets on hand for the morning session.
Christy was one of the standouts in vertical leap testing and he ran well enough to be consider an SEC prospect.
Christy should consistently run in the high 4.5s, which is certainly fast enough with his length and leaping ability.
Manvel, Texas wide out Kyrion Parker was a prospect of interest this morning.
Parker reportedly ran in the low 4.5s, but he seemed to be disappointed in his time.
Parker did look pretty sleek getting in and out of his breaks during passing drills. The Lone Star state standout has some ability.
Port Allen linebacker Darian Claiborne worked really hard this morning. Claiborne even wore his purple and gold shorts for luck during the day's events.
Claiborne continues to chase an LSU offer and a solid camp will certain bolster his chances.
LSU offensive line commitment Karl Malone Jr. continued to be more of an observer today, but he has spent all of his camp time observing and listening to the instructions the offensive lineman are getting.
Klein-Collins standout Tyler Tezeno really looked impressive today.
Recruited as a center, Tezeno is extremely athletic for a bigger guy and probably a tad underrated.
"Tez" does not have the size to play outside at one of the tackle positions, but he should have no problems inside.
All three have college level talent and should expect to have a spot at the signing day table.