"It was really nice," said the 6-2 215 Devin Thomas about his visit to Tempe. "It's a beautiful place, no doubt about that. Keno Walter-White was my host player and I had fun hanging out with him and the other players. The facilities were real nice too. I didn't know what the city was gonna look like and when I saw all the city lights I was pretty amazed – It didn't look like a desert (smile)."
So where he does the mid-year transfer stand with his decision right now? "I haven't made up my mind yet," he commented. "I need to talk to the coaches pretty soon and we'll see what happens. I'm gonna decide sometime on Tuesday and sign on Wednesday." Thomas also visited Oklahoma State and Arkansas but they are not believed to be in his final list.
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