Quentin Thomas is very happy to be a Tar Heel. He might have looked good in the crimson and blue as well, though.
Quentin's mother, Loretta Thomas told Phog.net earlier today that the family
is happy to have the decision out of the way.
We're all very excited for the fact that the decision is made and the process
is over." The decision might have gone a different way had Russell Robinson
not picked Kansas first.
Mrs. Thomas said Quentin reached his decision "pretty much last night" and
it was "probably because the other recruit committed to Kansas."
Of their visit to Lawrence last weekend, Mrs. Thomas had nothing but great things
It was the tops, it was the tops. We appreciate everything that the coaching
staff, their families and even the people the met in Lawrence did. I really feel
a friendship has been built in Lawrence. In fact, it might be one of our vacation
spots in future years."
As for Coach Roy Williams' reaction to Quentin's decision, Mrs. Thomas said Williams
was very excited.
I wasn't here when he told coach, but I understand that Coach Williams was very,
Tar Heel fans should be pleased as well, they're getting a great talent.
Quentin Thomas: A Farewell and Best Wishes
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