Four-star quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson has yet to start a high school game given the presence of Ohio State commit Tate Martell ahead of him on the depth chart at powerhouse Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman, but he's shown glimpses here and there of his immense potential behind center.
The 6-foot-2, 200-pound prospect has already landed a bevy of major college offers thanks to stellar on-campus performances, and he's demonstrated great athletic ability lining up at wide receiver this season. He has been credited with eight receptions for 167 yards and three touchdowns through five games.
Last week, Thompson-Robinson got considerable playing time at quarterback in what turned out to be a blowout, and made the most of his opportunity, completing 11 of 17 pass attempts for 127 yards and a touchdown.
The No. 4-rated quarterback in the West Region for the 2018 recruiting class, Thompson-Robinson stays composed in the pocket despite the ability to take off and make things happen with his legs. He releases the ball quickly and doesn't shy away from making throws to the far sideline or over defenders up the middle of the field. Thompson-Robinson consistently sets his feet well, squares up his shoulders and makes strong, accurate throws.
The Bruins had two coaches, Scott White and Demetrice Martin, see Thompson-Robinson and Bishop Gorman in their game against Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco earlier this season.
Check out Thompson-Robinson in action in the video above.