Class of 2018 four-star quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson told Maize n Brew that UCLA is no longer his leader. As a matter of fact, Thompson-Robinson has “no leader right now.”
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound dual-threat quarterback is ranked No. 51 in the 2018 class, according to 247Sports Composite. He is the fourth-best at his position and the No. 2 ranked player from the state of Nevada.
Thompson-Robinson, a quarterback at Bishop Gorman High School (NV), has offers to play for Alabama, Michigan, Oregon, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Houston, Louisville, LSU, Miami (FL), Michigan State, Missouri, San Diego State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, UNLV, and Utah.
He has been recruited to play for Michigan by quarterbacks coach Pep Hamilton and running backs coach Jay Harbaugh.
In late August, Thompson-Robinson told Maize n Brew that UCLA was his leader and Michigan sat at No. 2 in his recruitment. In January, the quarterback once again stated to MnB that UCLA was his leader, especially after the Bruins hired Jedd Fisch as the teams next offensive coordinator.
Things have apparently changed for Thompson-Robinson, who will visit UCLA on March 11th and Michigan on April 11th.
Check out Thompson-Robinson’s junior year highlights with Bishop Gorman: