New Offer for Thomas

O.P. Walker cornerback Dwayne Thomas already holds more than a dozen offers, and he received a new one today. Find out which program offered and if he has a timetable for a decision. Where will he be this weekend? Is he likely to commit soon? Find out here.

"Kansas State offered today and they impressed me," said Dwayne Thomas. "I just started talking to Notre Dame two days ago, and their coach said they're about to get things rolling up there."

There's been talk that Thomas might commit this weekend when he visits LSU. What does he have to say about that?

"I love LSU and they're in my top three," began Thomas. "I'm going to LSU this weekend to watch their spring game, and I'm looking forward to watching (former teammate) Anthony Johnson. I'll also be looking around to see some things I haven't seen before on their campus.

"I'm probably not going to commit until the fall - after I take my official visits. I'll always love LSU and they're up there in my top three; same for Nebraska. Those two are in my top three, but it's hard for me to name the third team. I love Pittsburgh, I love Arizona, and I really love Miami."

Thomas expects an offer in the near future from both Miami and Alabama.

"I love Coach Saban, so I love Alabama," he said. "Things are starting to heat up with Bama's recruitment of me; they're stepping the pace up. Also, I think Texas A&M is going to get an offer done soon.

"I was talking to (Dutchtown safety) Landon Collins the other day and we were naming our favorite schools. We just kept adding schools, because there's a lot of schools we like - that we've never been to...I'm looking forward to taking official visits to those schools. Then, I'll be able to add up things and see which schools outweigh the others."

Thomas also has a couple of other goals in mind.

"I want to get invited to play in the Under Armour game and the U.S. Army All-American game. I love getting out and meeting new people and meeting the best players in the nation."

Thomas helped O.P. Walker (Algiers, La.) to the Class 4A semifinals in 2010.

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