It's time to get to know Wandale Robinson.

The 4-star all-purpose back from Kentucky showed off his skillet earlier this summer in Tuscaloosa on the way to earning an offer. He returned to campus on Saturday for the the Tide's Champions Cookout.

"It was amazing," Robinson told BamaOnLine. "By far one of the best visits I’ve ever had. They pay so much attention to the details about everything. They went over how they plan on using me in their offense. I also got to spend lots of time with Coach (Nick) Saban, and at a place like Alabama I wasn't expecting to be with him as much as I was."

Heading into the visit, Robinson assumed he was a priority of Alabama's. Coming out of his stay, he knew he was.

"I had assumed I was just because of how hard they had been recruiting me, but today when we were all heading to the stadium, everyone was getting on either the bus or golf cart, but then they told me I was riding with Coach Saban, which I was the only recruit riding with him," Robinson said."Just that little thing showed me they really want me."

The 5-foot-9.5, 179-pounder is a versatile athlete capable of moving around on the offensive side of the ball, Alabama sees him as a slot receiver that can also move into the backfield.

What was the message Saban worked to drive home?

"That they are the best in every aspect in what they do and they’re going to find a way to get me the ball in the offense," Robinson said. 

It's not just Saban that Robinson spent time with; wide receivers coach Josh Gattis and the 4-star athlete have built a strong bond as well.

"I love Coach Gattis," Robinson said. "He’s a coach that’s going to keep it real. He’s always texting me things I can do to get better and sending the film to go along with it."

Robinson says after this visit Alabama is among his top schools that include Kentucky, Nebraska, Ohio State, Michigan and Purdue. He officially visited Purdue and Michigan in June. He'll be back at Alabama on Sept. 22 for an official visit. The Cornhuskers will host him on Sept. 1. A decision is expected in late September to early October.

Why could Bama be the choice?

"I would obviously love to play at Alabama because they’re the best of college football," Robinson said. "You’re almost guaranteed to win a national championship within four years. Also being able to add something to that offense that they’ve never really had with a guy that is more of an athlete than just a certain position. Being able to play under the best coach ever plays a huge role, too, and based off history, if you go to Alabama and put up numbers you’re likely to get drafted.

Robinson is rated the No. 4 all-purpose back and the No. 315 overall player in the country, per the industry-generated 247Sports Composite Rankings.