The NFL Draft has nearly arrived.
Teams across the league have spent significant time with the top prospects on their boards.
If recent reporting is any indication, the 2023 draft could see at least four quarterbacks go in the first round, if not more.
According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, Dorian Thompson-Robinson has completed visits with at least six teams ahead of the draft.
UCLA’s Dorian Thompson-Robinson, one of the more intriguing QBs in the draft, has visited the #Browns, #49ers, #Raiders, #Chargers, #Eagles and #Bengals, per source. Some teams intrigued by his mobility/arm strength.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) April 14, 2023
Thompson-Robinson played for five seasons at UCLA and is coming off the best statistical season of his collegiate career.
Last year, he threw for 3,154 yards, 27 touchdowns, and ten interceptions.
At the combine, he had the fourth-fastest 40-yard dash time among quarterbacks, which piqued the interest of many scouts and coaches in attendance.
Thompson-Robinson isn’t universally seen as a top-five quarterback.
However, the recent interest in him could be a sign that he is moving up on draft boards.
He has met with the San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, Cincinnati Bengals, and Las Vegas Raiders, per Fowler.
The 49ers have two young quarterbacks on their roster, and would only get younger at the position by adding Thompson-Robinson.
The Eagles, Chargers, and Bengals are all led by young, yet established quarterbacks, and would only add him as a backup, if at all.
The same can be said about the Browns, and the Raiders have recently signed Jimmy Garoppolo to a multi-year contract.
What team makes the most sense for Thompson-Robinson?
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