Report: Eagles bringing in UCLA QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson for top-30 visit
The Philadelphia Eagles are hosting UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson for a top-30 visit, reports NFL reporter Aaron Wilson.
Thompson-Robinson has an upcoming visit with the Philadelphia Eagles and is currently visiting the Cincinnati Bengals after previously visiting the Cleveland Browns and conducting private workouts with the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints at UCLA, according to league and athletic department sources.
In addition to the Eagles, Wilson adds adds that Thompson-Robinson also has a visit planned with the Bengals and is has already met with the Browns, and had private work outs with the 49ers, Saints, Raiders, and Chargers.
Every NFL team is allowed to host up to 30 prospects ahead of the April 27th NFL Draft in Kansas City.
Thompson-Robinson is coming off a 2022 where he threw for 3,154 yards, 27 touchdowns and 10 interceptions, completing 69.6 percent of his throws in Chip Kelly's offense. He added 645 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns.
NFL.com analyst Lance Zierlein’s writes that Thompson-Robinson has the potential to be a backup QB at the NFL level after being a five-year starter for the Bruins.
Thompson-Robinson has the potential to find a home as a QB3 with a QB2 ceiling.
As it stands currently, Philadelphia’s quarterback room features Jalen Hurts, Marcus Mariota and Ian Book, so adding another developmental QB is not out of the question, especially one that is a dual-threat like Thompson-Robinson.