“That is the best college I’ve went to so far,” he said. “I liked it a lot.”
“I liked how the team all competed during drills and it was just conditioning, but they were all competing,” he said. “I liked the coaching staff, the field and the college overall.”
Robertson also had the chance to talk with a bevy of Michigan State coaches, including strength and conditioning coach Ken Mannie.
“We talked to Coach Mannie, I think that is my favorite coach,” he said. “He was real and said enjoy the process right now, but when the time comes, that’s when it gets real. I talked to the head defensive coach (Pat Narduzzi), the D-line coach (Ron Burton) and while we were there, we just watched the team practice and took a tour and were shown around and they showed us the trophies.”
Narduzzi and Burton talked with him about the way the Spartans use their defensive ends, also something he liked.
“He told me their defensive is simple and they teach their defensive ends just to run all pass rush and you can’t be wrong,” he said. “He was like you can be wrong, but you will end up right. I liked that because I like pass rushing.
”That is something that stuck out to me.”
”I think I would have gotten an offer, but I didn’t have any film so I sent them film and they are going to review,” he said. “I would be really excited.”