"I think I did good. I had some really good camps. I learned a lot. I had really good camps over all," said Robinson.
Robinson can see where he's become a better player after learning a little from those camp visits. "A lot of (camping) is adding different techniques," said Robinson. "You learn something new at all the camps. I'm a lot stronger and a lot faster than I was," he continued.
"Right now I'm still going through all the offers," he said.
So what does that mean for the Wildcats? Will they get one of Robinson's official visits?
"I am definitely still high on Kentucky. They are a great program. I'm really excited to see them this year. I want to see them play," he said. "They'll get an official visit," he continued.
Before Robinson makes the final call, he will kick off his senior year against Dekalb County High (Tn.). "It's going to be good, you know? You get to hit somebody else for a change," said Robinson. "I think everybody's ready. It should be a good game," he continued.
As for Robinson's decision, there's no pressure. "Right now I really don't know (when I want to decide)," he said. "It's one of these things that it could be this month or it could be in three months," he finished.
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