Dorian Thompson-Robinson, a 2018 four-star dual-threat quarterback, is planning to visit Michigan after his football season or during the summer.
Dorian Thompson-Robinson, a 2018 4-star QB, is planning to visit Michigan after his football season or during the summer. pic.twitter.com/nOIOwO6dx8— Evan Petzold (@EvanPetzold) November 2, 2016
“My visit probably won’t be until after the season or during summer time,” Thompson-Robinson said. “I’m excited to just hang out with the coaches and get a better feel for the city.”
Thompson-Robinson is currently the backup quarterback at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas (NV), behind Ohio State commit Tate Martell.
The coaching staff for Michigan has been after Thompson-Robinson, especially head coach Jim Harbaugh and quarterbacks coach Jedd Fisch.
Thompson-Robinson still has Michigan as his No. 2 school behind UCLA, which he told Maize n Brew in late August.
“[I want to go] somewhere with a good dental program,” he said. “Somewhere I could see myself living after college. And how I feel at the school.”
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound quarterback is ranked No. 51 in the 2018 class, according to 247Sports. He is the third-best dual-threat quarterback and the No. 2 player from the state of Nevada.