"It's been really good," he said. "I got to watch the game and hang with some of the other recruits. After the game, I've been at Ricardo's house just hanging with him, but I've been since Friday, so from Friday to Sunday I got to hang out with the coaches, recruits and some of the other players. It was a good trip."
Although Robinson witnessed a Michigan loss, he still sees plenty of reason to be excited.
"They're still young, but good," he explained. "They made some mistakes that all can be corrected."
Robinson will be playing in the Under Armour All-American Game in January and then coming up to Michigan, where he will be an early enrollee. That will hopefully give him an early start at winning a spot in the secondary, which he feels will be within his reach.
"Coach Robinson was telling me I'll be playing free safety and that's what I play in high school anyway. They was saying I have a chance of playing next year. All the positions are still open, especially in the defensive backfield, so I have a chance of starting."
His trip up to Ann Arbor also allowed Robinson to help recruit. The Wolverines hosted over 100 recruits and he talked to a few of the more prominent senior visitors.