One of the nation’s top dual-threat prep quarterbacks made it official Thursday night: Michigan is in the picture.
Dorian Thompson-Robinson, a 4-star signal-caller at Las Vegas Bishop Gorman High School — and the junior backup to Ohio State signee Tate Martell last fall — took to Twitter to announce his final seven schools:
— DTR. (@DoriansTweets) March 22, 2017
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound Thompson-Robinson is rated the Class of 2018’s No. 50 prospect overall by the 247Sports composite. He’s expected to take an unofficial visit to Ann Arbor on April 11.
The junior, who threw for 3 touchdowns and ran for 6 more this past fall for Bishop Gorman, is slated to attend the Elite 11 Finals in June at Los Angeles. Thompson-Robinson is the second dual-threat quarterback from the Class of 2018 to receive a Wolverines offer, according to 247Sports, joining James Graham, a 3-star athlete from Fitzgerald, Ga.