Robertson, a 6-foot-4 225-pound defensive end from Laurinburg (N.C.) Scotland County, lists South Carolina, N.C. State, Clemson, and North Carolina as the schools he's "really interested in." However, he lacks a leader among the four.
Over the weekend, Robertson traveled to Columbia to make yet another unofficial visit to South Carolina.
"It went all right," said Robertson. "I was down there with a friend of mine and we just got my mom down there so she could see the school."
On Monday, Robertson made an impromptu unofficial visit to North Carolina – his second in as many weeks.
"It wasn't like a big visit," said Robertson. "I was down there already and I just took the time to watch the players at the camp.
"Coach [Tommy] Thigpen just wanted me to chill out with the other boys that were there in town – Marcus Gilchrist, Kevion [Latham], there was a lot."
For most of the visit, Robertson hung out with teammate Jay Wooten, who was on campus to help with the Tar Heels' recruitment of prospects, during the Tar Heels' three-day camp. Robertson revealed he isn't free from Wooten's recruiting efforts.
"Oh, yeah, [he's recruiting me] big time," said Robertson. "He's good."
Over the course of the next few months, Robertson will take visits to Clemson (June 19th), N.C. State (June 16th), and Virginia Tech.
During his junior season at Scotland County High School, Robertson missed all but three games with a knee injury, but still totaled 11 tackles and three sacks.