BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA -- Why Auburn? That was the question we asked 4-star linebacker Quandarrius Robinson of Jackson-Olin High after he committed to the Tigers on Monday. For him, it was easy to answer. "It's the culture," Robinson said. "And the coaches. Not many college coaches sit down and talk to you about life and things that just go on in the actual news and stuff like that. It’s not necessarily like football talk and school talk 24/7. That really got me." Robinson, who is listed at 6-feet-4, 210 pounds, is the No. 11 recruit in the state of Alabama for the 2020 class, so he was a big addition for Auburn. The Tigers now have three 2020 commitments and the No. 7 class rankings. Robinson joins 4-star defensive end Andy Boykin and 4-star receiver Kobe Hudson -- both of LaGrange (Ga.) Troup County -- on the 2020 commit list as the Tigers are well ahead of where they were one year ago with the 2019 class. What was Auburn coach Gus Malzahn's reaction when Robinson called him Monday to give the Tigers his pledge? "He said he was pretty shocked," Robinson said. "You know, I was shocked that he was shocked." Robinson played safety last year and has moved to defensive end for his junior season. because he continues to grow. He talks about that transition and more in this video interview above from Monday.