Update with lineman Isaiah Thomas

Isaiah Thomas is a standout lineman who plays both ways for Winston-Salem (NC) Carver. The Tar Heels and Wake Forest were the first two to offer this young man. Mark Ellington talked with Thomas after the recent North Carolina camp to get an update on his recruiting situation.

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Isaiah Thomas is a standout lineman who plays both ways for Winston-Salem (NC) Carver. The Tar Heels and Wake Forest were the first two to offer this young man. Mark Ellington talked with Thomas after the recent North Carolina camp to get an update on his recruiting situation.

VITALS:
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
300
Forty:
4.9
Max Bench:
400
Max Squat:
650
Coach:
Keith Wilkes

Inside Carolina: Nice talking with you again Isaiah. Where do you stand with scholarship offers now?
Isaiah Thomas: All of the ACC schools have offered me. I also have offers from Michigan, Georgia, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Nebraska.

IC: How was the Carolina camp that you attended?
Thomas: It went great. I loved being down on the field. The atmosphere was great. I really liked Coach Broadway. I like the way he coaches defensive line. Kyndreas Guy and I were talking about how much we like the way Coach Broadway coaches.

IC: Did you commit to Carolina?
Thomas: No, I really did not think about doing that.

IC: Is UNC one of your favorites like top five or top three?
Thomas: I'd say that they are number one. Carolina leads the other teams.

IC: Do you plan on coming back to Chapel Hill soon? In the past, Carolina has had an academic day in late July. If they have something like that would you come down to participate?
Thomas: If they have an academic day in July then I will be there.

IC: Will UNC get one of your official visits?
Thomas: Yes they will get one of my official visits.

IC: Do you still plan on waiting until sometime during the football season to commit?
Thomas: Yes.

IC: Did you see any other prospects at camp that you knew?
Thomas: Kyndreas Guy and I saw Virgil Black. Some other guys I knew, but can't remember their names.

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