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Michigan makes Top 9 for 2018 4* QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson

The dual-threat quarterback could go to a pro-style offense.

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Class of 2018 four-star dual-threat quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson has released his Top 9. As expected, Michigan made the list.

Along with the Maize and Blue, the 6-foot-2, 195-pound quarterback has included Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Michigan State, San Diego State, UCLA, UNLV and Utah in his Top 9.

“I’m still open to any school out there,” Thompson-Robinson said on Twitter. “I’m not fully closing my recruitment, I’m giving every school that recruits me a close look.”

Michigan offered Thompson-Robinson on June 10th and has been recruited to play for the Wolverines by Jedd Fisch and Jay Harbaugh.

"He's a cool dude and a down to earth guy," Thompson-Robinson said to Josh Henschke of Scout regarding Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh. "I feel like I could be coached by him in a couple years."

Thompson-Robinson’s mother went to Michigan and was with her son when he got the offer from Michigan.

"She would love it if I went to Michigan but she hasn't pushed me to go there or make a decision," he said.

From Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, Thompson-Robinson is the 67th overall player in the 2018 class, according to 247Sports. He is the No. 4 overall dual-threat quarterback and the second-best player from Nevada.

“I have no problem going into a Pro-Style offense,” the dual-threat quarterback mentioned.