Las Vegas Bishop Gorman’s Dorian Thompson-Robinson has dropped UCLA as his leader.
Michigan’s top quarterback target in its 2018 class is a no-doubter in dual-threat Thompson-Robinson, a 4-star recruit, according to the 247Sports composite.
According to Evan Petzold of MaizeNBrew.com, Thompson-Robinson “no longer has a leader.”
The Top 100 prospect has a final group, but it remains a race between two schools: Michigan and UCLA.
— Steve Wiltfong (@SWiltfong247) March 5, 2017
Since late fall, Thompson-Robinson has had the Bruins as his top school, with Michigan in contention.
Thompson-Robinson plans to commit this summer. He will visit a handful of schools, including Alabama, Miami, Michigan and UCLA.
This is great news for Michigan, as it’s continuing to push itself into the picture to land its top overall target in 2018. Thompson-Robinson’s quote on Sunday morning lends confirmation to how serious he is considering leaving the West Coast to play for his mother’s alma mater – Michigan.
The 247Sports Crystal Ball sees Thompson-Robinson as a Michigan favorite, commanding 67 percent of 15 predictions. UCLA possesses 27 percent, while Oregon has 7.
He plans to make some college visits with with 4-star TE and Bishop Gorman teammate Brevin Jordan.