The inaugural Polynesian Bowl last month featured several Michigan commits in the 2017 class, including Kurt Taylor, Chuck Filiaga and Dylan McCaffrey. The latest group of 2018 invitees were announced earlier today by the committee that included two Michigan targets, dual threat QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson and TE Brevin Jordan from Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas.
Thompson-Robinson is the No. 51 overall ranked recruit in the 2018 class and No. 4 ranked dual threat quarterback, according to 247 Sports. The Las Vegas native also announced his top group of schools earlier this week. Jedd Fisch started recruiting hin when he was part of the Michigan staff before heading to UCLA and both teams made his list. Michigan leads the crystal ball and has received the last seven predictions with 247 Sports.
Recruitment isn't fully shutdown but is getting pretty close. One of these schools will have my word soon ... God bless. pic.twitter.com/M6Wdlaugae— DTR. (@DoriansTweets) February 28, 2017
Jordan is a four-star TE that also attends the same school as Thompson-Robinson. Michigan, UCLA, Miami and USC are among some of his schools in consideration. He is the 3rd rated TE in the 2018 class, according to 247 Sports, with size and strength at 6’3/240 pounds. Below was a recent post of the two playing together at the 702 Elite.
The two could end their high school career out west and head east to play together in the coming years at The Big House.
The two will head to Hawaii and play in the 2nd Polynesian Bowl on January 20, 2018.