Dorian Thompson-Robinson read plenty about how overrated UCLA was and how weak the 4-0 record was heading into a matchup with Washington last week. The disrespect of his Bruins clearly struck a chord.

If he’s still reading, this week has featured a pretty drastic shift in tone. The Bruins are ranked in the AP Top 25 for the first time this season. They’re shooting up power rankings all over the internet. And Thompson-Robinson has gotten a slew of individual weekly honors for his play.

The latest: inclusion in Tom Fornelli’s national QB power ranking for CBS Sports. Thompson-Robinson shot into the top 10 after his performance in the 40-32 win over then-No. 15 Washington.

He’s currently ranked No. 6, behind Alabama’s Bryce Young, Tennessee’s Hendon Hooker, USC’s Caleb Williams, North Carolina’s Drake Maye, and Ohio State’s CJ Stroud. Here’s what Fornelli wrote on DTR:

Did you see what DTR did to those poor Washington defenders? While that’s only one play, it’s also a perfect summation of what he did to the team over 60 minutes. DTR threw for 315 yards, rushed for 53 and accounted for four touchdowns in UCLA’s 40-32 win over Washington. He’s got the Bruins looking like legit contenders in the Pac-12, but the next couple of weeks are crucial. The Bruins get Utah at home this week before hitting the road to face Oregon the week after.

Thompson-Robinson completed 24 of his 33 passes for 315 yards and three scores. He also ran for 53 yards and another score. In addition to being named the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week, he was also selected as the Manning Award Star of the Week, Tournament of Roses and Rose Bowl Game Committee Week 5 Pac-12 Player of the Week and Monday Morning Quarterback of the Week by the East-West Shrine Bowl.

But he’s keeping the main goal in mind.

“I think at the end of the day (respect) comes with you earning a ring, you earning hardware at the end of the season,” he said this week. “Right now we’re 5-0, but 5-0 doesn’t get you a championship ring, being 12-0 or whatever it is does, so we have seven more games left and we have to go out there and finish and we’re going to take it week by week. If we can continue to keep going 1-0 each week, we’ll be pretty damn successful.”