— Blair Angulo (@bangulo) June 4, 2017
UCLA quarterback commit Dorian Thompson-Robinson was one of the 12 quarterback prospects named to the Elite 11 on Monday after a three-day competition in Redondo Beach this past weekend.
Thompson-Robinson has yet to start a high school game, as he sat behind Ohio State’s Tate Martell at Bishop Gorman, but is still a highly touted prospect. Scout and Rivals both give the 6-foot-1, 200-pound quarterback four stars.
The Elite 11 will be invited to The Opening Finals in Beaverton, Ore., at Nike’s headquarters to compete among the top prospects from other positions in the premier recruiting event of the summer.
SB Nation writes that Thompson-Robinson was “one of the most impressive guys” for the weekend.
The full list of Elite 11 quarterbacks:
- Trevor Lawrence (Clemson commit)
- Justin Fields (Penn State commit)
- Tanner McKee
- Jack Tuttle (Utah commit)
- Devin Leary (NC State commit)
- Tyler Shough
- Camm Cooper (Washington State commit)
- Quincy Patterson (Virginia Tech commit)
- Jarren Williams (Kentucky commit)
- Matt Corral (USC commit)
- Justin Rogers (TCU commit)
- Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA commit)
- Jon Wilner at the San Jose Mercury News ranks UCLA’s schedule as the hardest in the Pac-12
- Athlon Sports thinks UCLA in is in line for a second-place finish in the Pac-12 South
- Receiver Eldridge Massington crossed over to the track this spring and helped UCLA secure a national championship berth in the 4×100-meter relay at the NCAA West Prelims. The Bruins will compete in the NCAA finals, which start this Wednesday in Eugene, Ore.