The Irish have been in play for the top wide receiver in Georgia for months.
Robinson has a very good connection with their coaching staff and he really likes the way they spread the ball around in the offense.
The problem for Brian Kelly and his staff is, Robinson is entering this visit committed to another school.
"I'm a Clemson commitment and that is how I would describe my current situation. I have not decommitted or anything like that, but I do need to see a couple more schools to make sure of everything."
The Tigers picked up a commitment from the Peach County star over the summer and there is a lot he likes about Clemson, but one thing really sticks out to him.
"I just love how the coaches love the players there at Clemson," the 6-foot-2, 200 pound receiver said. "The coaches there really care about the players, they really want to take care of them, and that has always stood out to me."
Robinson admits he is excited about the visit to Notre Dame this weekend and that he is a fan of the Gators, but he is not ready to say he is wavering on his Clemson commitment.
"I just need to see Notre Dame and then get to Florida. I have always liked Florida for some reason and I plan on visiting them too, but Clemson is still the school I am committed to.
"Notre Dame and Florida are on my mind too, but nothing has changed with my decision. I just need to take the visits and see things one more time before I enroll at a school in January."
He has not been to Clemson for a game this season, but he plans to be there when they play Maryland for his official visit on November 10.
Robinson currently has nine touchdowns this season and he is ranked as the No. 15 wide receiver in the country on Scout.