"It was fun," Robinson said. "It was a little different, like the reception from the coaches when I got there. It was kind of like "my old coaches again." It was a little different, but it felt good."
The spring game has been known recently for offensive numbers. Numbers that this year came in large part due to the success of the #1 offensive line being so dominant. Robinson liked what he saw.
"It was impressive. It was unfortunate that Lydon Murtha went down as early as he did. I thought that Matt Slauson and Brett Byford played well. I didn't watch the others along the line as much as those. Overall, I thought that it went well."
The spring game at Nebraska this year saw a few less people show up in comparison to last year. However, Robinson still took note to how many people were there for a scrimmage.
"It was impressive how many people came. There is a lot of energy at the beginning, but you notice how it starts to fade as the game goes."
Robinson was able to catch up with one of the other three offensive line commitments at the spring game this past weekend. He admitted that he and the other commit were in a lot of contact with one of the offered recruits in attendance.
"We just talked about the situation and everyone that is going to go there. We spoke to Blaine Gabbert quite a while. We just talked about the spring game. Not a lot of serious stuff."
The early Scout.com Top 100 list was released and Trevor Robinson was listed as a four-star on the initial list and coming in at #70 overall and the #3 guard in the nation.
Robinson went on to mention that he will be in attendance for the Scout.com/U.S. Army All-American combine in Kansas City in May.