Michigan Vaults Up For Thompson-Robinson

The Wolverines extended an offer to a rising signal-caller in the 2018 class in Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson. The talented youngster talks about his newest offer, where the Wolverines now stand with him and more.

Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson is an emerging prospect. The talented signal-caller has seen his recruitment begin to rise and has even reeled in some more offers as of late.

However, the Wolverines had yet to pull the trigger and extend an offer. That all changed on Friday when he received some exciting news from passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach Jedd Fisch, who gave him the news of his Michigan offer and how wanted he is in their eyes.

“My head coach told me to call Coach Fisch and that he wanted to offer me,” Thompson-Robinson told The Michigan Insider. “After I had got off the phone with Coach Fisch, I was really excited and couldn't wait to let my mom know. He also said they're only offering five 2018 quarterbacks and felt I should be one of them. They've seen me throw enough where they feel comfortable in my abilities and want to get me up to a game soon.”

“I felt really honored and definitely blessed, knowing I'm basically considered a top-five quarterback in the country in their minds.”

http://www.scout.com/player/199066-dorian-thompson-robinson/recruiting The 6-foot-2, 200-pounder wasn’t the only one in joy from the news of his Wolverine offer as his mom, who is an alum of Michigan, was thrilled as well.

“She actually wanted to hear Coach Fisch say he offered me, so as I was on the phone she was jumping up and down and extremely happy,” Thompson-Robinson. “She said that's going to be the one that sparks your recruitment and be expecting Ohio State soon (laughter).”

After landing the offer from Michigan, where do the Wolverines sit for Thompson-Robinson?

“They have jumped in to my top 10 and will probably be in my final 5 when all said and done,” said Thompson-Robinson. “Definitely (like) their academics and what their degree offers for after football. And who wouldn’t want to play for Coach Jim Harbaugh. He is very down to earth and coaches with passion.”

Thompson-Robinson now plans on attending the Vegas satellite camp on June 22


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