"The camp was great," Robinson said. "I like UCLA and it made me like them even more. The coaches here were really cool, and I really like the location and the atmosphere here. I mean, this is beautiful. And Southern California is great."
Robinson, who had 90 tackles and one interception a year ago as a junior, said that the UCLA coaches indicated he was now a recruiting target. He said, "They told me a lot of great things. They said I could possibly get an offer soon, which is great."
Robinson said he's been hearing from the Pac-10 and the Big 12 but that UCLA and California would be his favorite schools at this point, followed by Colorado and Arizona State, who he said have offered him scholarships.
"But if UCLA offered, they'd be #1 on the list," he said.
He wants to stay in the west and said he'd feel comfortable at either UCLA or Cal. "I like being in California. I don't think I could leave the west."
He indicated that even if he got all the offers he wanted, he plans on still waiting at least through his senior football season to make a decision. "I want to visit each school and check them out. I don't think I'd wait too long after my season. Just long enough to see each school."
Robinson said he has a 3.0 GPA and just recently took the new SAT but hadn't received his score yet.