Dorian Thompson-Robinson has yet to start a high school game while backing up teammate Tate Martell at Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman, but the talent is undeniable and college coaches have taken notice this offseason. The four-star quarterback traveled to the Southeast last week to camp with Florida and received good news when he returned home, picking up his 13th offer from the Gators.
"I loved the coaching staff more than anything," Thompson-Robinson said. "Coach (Doug) Nuss(meier) and coach (Jim) McElwain are some of the best coaches out there in terms of working with QBs. So just picking from their brains was fun.
"They treated me well. The whole staff is very welcoming."
Up next for the four-star prospect is an important junior season which kicks off Aug. 26 when Bishop Gorman travels to Cedar Hill, Texas. With Martell, the five-star committed to Ohio State, manning the position, the 6-foot-2, 200-pound Thompson-Robinson expects to slide to wide receiver.
Thompson-Robinson expects to hit the road some more during the season.
"Me and my mom will talk about which games we'll go to because it's more for her to see the school than me," Thompson-Robinson said. "We'll probably make arrangements more closer to the season. I definitely want to go to a UCLA game and a Florida game."