Dorian Thompson-Robinson isn’t keeping his recruitment a secret.
The No. 54 player and No. 4 dual-threat QB in the class of 2018 told MaizeNBrew.com’s Evan Petzold that UCLA is his leader and Michigan is second.
Thompson-Robinson plays for national powerhouse Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas, and he’s the team’s backup quarterback behind 2017 Ohio State commit Tate Martell. He plays wide receiver now, but wants to play quarterback in college, and the team’s recruiting him know that.
Thompson-Robinson doesn’t have a host of major offers yet — UCLA, Michigan State, Michigan, Missouri, Utah, Colorado and Arizona State are the only Power 5 teams to offer. He will announce in May of 2017.
Thompson-Robinson’s mother attended Michigan, too.