One of the nation’s most coveted quarterback prospects is now on the Texas Longhorns radar, as four-star Bishop Gorman product Dorian Thompson-Robinson picked up an offer Tuesday night.
Glory to God. Thank you @Coachtimbeck for this opportunity! Just Received a Scholarship Offer from the University of Texas! #26 #HookEm pic.twitter.com/o9Z3Ptq9jn— DTR. (@DoriansTweets) February 22, 2017
As noted in his announcement, Thompson-Robinson now holds 26 total offers, which includes Alabama, Michigan, UCLA, Oregon, and LSU, among others. Thompson-Robinson picked up his Alabama offer just yesterday, and with some of the nation’s more prominent programs in the mix, the Longhorns will face no shortage of competition for the talented dual-threat passers services.
With Tom Herman exposing his desire to take a quarterback or two in the 2018 cycle, especially one that can make plays with his feet, expect Tim Beck and Stan Drayton to spend plenty of time out West.
At 6’2, 195 pounds with a registered 4.69 40-yard-dash, Thompson-Robinson ranks as the nation’s No. 55 player, No. 4 dual-threat quarterback and the No. 2 player in Nevada, per 247Sports Composite.