UCLA Football landed its quarterback of the future tonight when 4-star QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson from Bishop Gorman HS in Las Vegas committed to the Bruins.
Thompson-Robinson had narrowed his choice down to UCLA and Michigan. According to BruinReportOnline, UCLA had been the leader to land Thompson-Robinson after he attended UCLA’s football camp last year and UCLA solidified the commitment when Jedd Fisch became the offensive coordinator for the Bruins earlier this year because Fisch had been the coach recruiting him for Michigan.
Thompson-Robinson made his decision official when he sent out this tweet:
University of California, Los Angeles.— DTR (@DoriansTweets) April 24, 2017
I'm your Quarterback.
S 1 R O M 8 R I U N. 110% pic.twitter.com/8ryfX7oesz
Thompson-Robinson is 6’2” tall, weighs in at 194 pounds, and runs a 4.79-second 40-yard dash. He is considered the number 3 dual-threat quarterback in the 2018 recruiting class, according to his 247Sports Composite ranking.
The SB Nation mothership put together this video on Dorian:
Dorian Thompson-Robinson is an electric QB
Four-star quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson is down to UCLA Football and Michigan Football. See why he's one of the most sought-after players in the 2018 class. He is supposed to announce his decision tomorrow and all indications seem to be pointing in favor of UCLA #GoBruinsPosted by Bruins Nation on Saturday, April 22, 2017
Thompson-Robinson is the third recruit to commit to UCLA this weekend. 4-star WR Kyle Philips committed on Friday and 3-star RB A.J. Carter committed yesterday.
Welcome to Westwood, Dorian!