Dorian Thompson-Robinson



Ryland B.: Dorian Thompson-Robinson has slowly improved throughout his career at UCLA, but he still remains a very up-and-down quarterback. On one hand, there’s the good: DTR is a plus athlete with great mobility and twitchiness. He has a solid arm that can put some great zip on short to intermediate throws. He’s good at getting the ball to his receivers in space and can make some impressive throws at different arm angles and when under pressure. However, DTR’s decision-making can be questionable and he can struggle with accuracy and making the right reads. He’s a dynamic runner but his vision could use some improvement, and he isn’t the best deep-ball passer. Some of his success can be attributed to Chip Kelly’s QB-friendly scheme as well. Thompson-Robinson’s arrogant demeanor on the field may be a negative to some, but his fiery competitiveness is certainly a plus. However, his decision to headbutt a Pitt DB in the Sun Bowl definitely isn’t. Overall, Thompson-Robinson has some interesting athletic upside, but he profiles pretty solidly as a Day 3 prospect.


Rank 150
Round 5th
Name Dorian Thompson-Robinson
Position QB
School UCLA
Height 6’1”
Weight 205 lbs


Pass Attempts 382
Pass Completions 266
Passing Yards 3154
Passing TDs 27
Interceptions Thrown 10
QB Rating 107.2
Rush Attempts 0
Rushing Yards 0
Average 0.0
Rushing TDs 0


Hand Size 9.9
Arm Length 30.6
Forty Yard Dash 4.6
Bench Reps 0
Vertical Leap 32.5
Broad Jump 121
Three Cone Drill 7.3
Shuttle 4.4

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