With Rutgers coach Greg Schiano in attendance, Robinson had an impressive first half as St. Thomas retained its No. 1 ranking with a 42-34 win. Robinson was injured in the game, and didn't want to talk about that, but he did address others things, particularly his recruitment.
"To me, it was just another game,'' Anderson said. "I did (notice the atmosphere), but I still kind of looked at it as a normal game. It kind of gave me a little experience of (a) college (atmosphere).''
Where that college experience will be remains a mystery, but Rutgers is certainly in the mix.
In fact, Robinson said Rutgers and Miami are the two schools he is hearing from the most, but he's not ready to start cutting things down.
"I really don't have a list of favorites,'' said Robinson, a 6-foot-0, 185-pound safety. "After the season I will set up visits.''
He attended Rutgers' camp in the summer and said he got a good vibe from it.
"I liked it,'' Robinson said. "They were pretty honest with me. And they made me comfortable.''