"It was great, it was a great experience," said Robey about his experience at USC. "I learned a lot of things and I met a lot of cool people. They have a nice campus, they have a good academic program, I like how they run their classes and it was just great being at USC, period. It was nice to see what kind of school USC is. On a scale of one to 10, I would rate the visit a 10."
Robey was familiar with many of the coaches at USC because they recruited Robey when they were at Tennessee, but he had limited knowledge about the school. So, taking the official visit to USC allowed Robey to learn more about the school and its tradition.
"I learned more about USC, the power of USC and how much exposure they get, which helps get guys into the NFL," said Robey.
The main reason Robey visited USC was the hiring of Lane Kiffin and his staff. Naturally, Robey had high praise for them.
"They're great guys, great coaches and they know the game of football," Robey said. "And I buy into their coaching and I like it."
Often times one the biggest hurdles in signing a prospect is the distance the school is from their homes. Robey said distance won't be an issue for him.
"No, not all," said Robey when asked if distance from home would be a negative for USC. "I've talked to my family about it and it's okay with them. I'm just going to the best place that fits me. If that means I have to travel, I‘ll do it."
We asked Robey if USC was a school he could see himself at and if it's a school he felt comfortable at?
"Yes sir, I can see myself being there for four years, playing for Coach Kiffin, running his system, just being a great player and winning national championships," said Robey.
Robey will announce his decision on a school on Wednesday (Feb. 3) at 9 a.m. EST in his school's gymnasium. He will choose among USC, West Virginia, South Florida and Georgia.
Scout.com will be speaking to Robey on Wednesday after his announcement.