Miami (Fla.) Southridge three-star cornerback Lamar Robbins hit the road over the weekend to check out three schools.
"I visited Memphis, Ole Miss, and Alabama," Robbins said.
He shared his thoughts on each of those stops.
Memphis: "They had a camp out there, but I didn't really participate in the camp. I just met with the coaches and sat down with them. We talked about a lot of things. We talked about the style of defense they run and the players that they have coached and put into the league."
Ole Miss: "I worked out at their camp. It was really good out on the field. I liked how they explained the drills and demonstrated them. You would then actually go through the drill. If you messed up, they would then coach you through each step. They were really hands-on."
Alabama: "Everything was faster than Memphis and Ole Miss. You were always moving. Once you get out of one station at their camp, you have to run to the next station. I had a chance to work with Coach Nick Saban, as he helped with the corners. I think I did good - he told me I did great. We worked on some of their coverages, did 7-on-7 and 2-on-2, that was it. Alabama was really fun."
Both Memphis and Ole Miss have offered Robbins, joining numerous others, but he is still waiting for an offer from the Crimson Tide. He believes that Saban and his staff will eventually extend an offer.
"They said they are going to be recruiting me hard," Robbins said. "I am going to call Coach (Jeremy) Pruitt tomorrow. I was going to talk to them about how I did at the camp. The attention that was given to me at the camp, makes it seem like they are going to offer me. There were a bunch of guys out there, but the attention that the coaches gave to me gave me the feeling they liked me a lot. I got a lot of personal attention."
An offer from the Crimson Tide would be heavily considered by Robbins.
"It is the best school in the world, isn't it," Robbins said when asked what an offer from Alabama would mean. "It would mean a lot. They are a great school. They just won a National Championship."
With nearly two dozen offers to his name, Robbins isn't ready to narrow his list.
"Right now, I am not even going to try to narrow them down because I might leave so many schools out," Robbins said. "I am hoping to take some other trips and see some other schools before I start to narrow it down."
Robbins mentioned that he is supposed to attend a one-day camp at South Florida on June 23rd. He also hopes to camp at Florida State and Miami this summer. Other visits remain a possibility.
A decision isn't likely until late in the calendar year.
"Probably in the fall," Robbins said with regards to when he would likely announce.
As a junior, Robbins contributed as both a wide receiver and defensive back. He recorded four interceptions on defense.