Listed measurements: 6-foot-1 ½, 220 pounds. 2023-24 year, eligibility: A junior, Thomas has three years of eligibility remaining thanks to playing in only three games as a freshman. Depth Chart: Thomas’s moments of success in 2022 made him a clear starter for this coming season, the only question being at what position.
By the end of spring practices, Thomas looked like the frontrunner at the boundary position, a similar big body as past boundary stars Miles Boykin, Chase Claypool and Kevin Austin, though significantly shorter than those predecessors. Recruiting: Considered the No.
45 receiver in the class of 2021 by rivals.com, Thomas turned down most of the SEC as he chose Notre Dame, most notably his homestate Georgia.
And any recruit chased by the Bulldogs in the last four years stands out more than usual given the overall quality of Georgia’s roster. CAREER TO DATE Thomas played all of 14 snaps as a freshman, spread across three November blowouts, but in practices leading up to the 2021 Fiesta Bowl, there was increasing hype around him possibly contributing.Read more on nbcsports.com