2018 four-star cornerback Dorian Thompson-Robinson is officially off the board and Michigan will have to look elsewhere to fill the quarterback position.
The Scout 100 quarterback announced on his Twitter account on Sunday that he has committed to UCLA over Michigan.
University of California, Los Angeles. I am your quarterback," the tweet read.
Thompson-Robinson was the Wolverines' top option at quarterback for the 2018 recruiting class. Despite being a highly ranked recruit, he is entering his first season as starting quarterback for Nevada powerhouse Bishop Gorman High School. Thompson-Robinson played in a backup role to Ohio State early enrollee Tate Martell and saw some snaps at wide receiver.
With its top option off the board, U-M will move on to other targets on the board. Three-stars Joe Milton and Tyler Shough are options the Wolverines are expected to explore going forward.