It’s Michigan or UCLA for QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson
Dorian Thompson-Robinson, a four-star quarterback from Las Vegas Bishop Gorman, has cut his recruiting list to two schools – Michigan and UCLA.
Thompson-Robinson (6-1, 200), ranked the No. 7 quarterback in the nation for 2018 by Scout.com, will announce his decision Sunday at 10 p.m. ET, he wrote on Twitter.
“It’s down to Michigan or UCLA,” Thompson-Robinson wrote. “Both schools have everything I’m looking for academically and socially. Both schools have everything to prep me for the level after college. This is a 40-year decision, and if I could go to both universities at the same time, then I would.”
Thompson-Robinson, who is ranked the No. 54 player overall in the nation on the Scout 300, visited Michigan for the Wolverines’ spring game this past Saturday.
"The fans were amazing," Thompson-Robinson told Scout.com about his Michigan visit. "It was crazy. They treated me like a celebrity and it was cool to take pictures and sign autographs. The players, people around town – everybody seemed to know about us in Ann Arbor. It was great.”