"It was the loudest game I've been to and I've been to a couple at Tiger Stadium," said Robinson, the nation's second-ranked 2014 prospect. "It was crazy. It was a very good game. I thought LSU was going to pull it out until that drive by Alabama.
"Both offensive lines played well. Neither team was able to get much of a pass rush. Both offensive lines played well against top-notch defenses. I talked to Coach Stud (Studrawa) and Coach (Frank) Wilson during the pregame. They were happy I was there."
Robinson has one more trip planned for this year.
"The last one is the Iron Bowl," he said. "I hear it's pretty exciting."
"They have pretty good size," Robinson said of the Yellow Jackets. "They have good size on offense and defense - both sides of the ball. They're well coached and are in the spots they're supposed to be.
"I look forward to facing them. We need to do what we do and follow-up with the style of football that we played against Natchitoches-Central."
West Monroe defeated Natchitoches-Central last week, 48-14.
Robinson isn't certain if he'll get the opportunity to go one-on-one with Lawson, the LSU defensive tackle commit.
"It just depends on where they line up," he said.