The four-star quarterback prospect is one of the hottest recruits in the country.
Dorian Thompson-Robinson is a four-star dual-threat quarterback in the 2018 class out of Bishop Gorman (the same high school that produced Ohio State freshman Tate Martell).
The 6-foot-2, 192-pound prospect is currently ranked the No. 4 player at his position and the No. 51 player in the class, per 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.
Many, though, expect him to rise in the rankings and potentially end up as a five-star recruit.
He’s been offered by: Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Michigan, Oregon and UCLA, among other programs.
Thompson-Robinson spoke to SB Nation Recruiting and revealed the two teams that are guaranteed to make his final five.
“UCLA and Michigan,” he said when asked which schools, if any, are certain to make his top five.
The reason is relationships. Thompson spoke highly of his relationship with both schools, and he had just come off a visit to UCLA which he described as “great.”
In an interesting twist, Michigan offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch left Michigan for UCLA, and Thompson-Robinson has a strong relationship with him.
The dual-threat QB released a top 12 in February that consisted of: Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, UCLA, and UNLV.
His final five schools list is expected to be released sometime in the next couple of months.