After a month of satellite camping, Michigan made their final main land stop on the tour in Los Angeles at Hawkins high school on Saturday. That camp featured several big named recruits in the 2017, 2018 and 2019 class but, arguably, the biggest name in attendance for UM fans was 2018 Bishop Gorman (NV) QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson.
— D-ROB. (@DoriansTweets) June 27, 2016
DTR is one of the top ranked players in the junior class even though he doesn’t have much game tape thanks to being the backup to 2017 QB Tate Martell. But that didn’t stop him from earning an offer from Michigan earlier in the month. He got the chance to prove the staff correct in person on Saturday and didn’t disappoint.
“Really good, competed well”, Thompson-Robinson said about his time and performance at the camp. “Talked to the whole staff, they really liked my performance and want me to get to Ann Arbor soon.”
This was Thompson-Robinson’s first chance to meet the entire Michigan coaching staff and they clearly left their mark.
“I love them.” DTR said. “Yeah, I really got to gel with the staff and really get a feel for how they coach”.
As for that visit, he said he’ll “probably” make the trip to Ann Arbor this fall. That visit could be huge for his recruitment as he also said that Michigan is now “Really high” on his board.
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