"I just visited Clemson, and they impressed me," Thomas said. "I like the campus down there and the people there are really nice just like down here in Texas."
The 6'1 wideout caught 46 passes for 649 yards in his junior season as he played in one of the state's most dangerous offensive attacks.
The first school to ever talk to Thomas was TCU from whom he continues to hear.
"I talk to Coach Luper a lot, and I went up there for my first time before our game against Cedar Hill," Thomas said about TCU. "They told me that I had stood out, and I think Coach Luper had been at one or two of my games.
"I went down to TCU to see them play SMU, and that was kinda cool. They are trying to get a new offense down."
Thomas said that if the Frogs offered they would rank at the top of his list along with Clemson.
"TCU is going to run a true spread like the one I run at DeSoto," Thomas continued. "It's a throw-first type of offense, they've said, and they are trying to get the receivers more touches, so I like that."
The other school that Thomas has talked to recently is Ohio State. He says he has talked to OSU offensive coordinator Tom Herman who told Thomas he liked what he saw of him on film.
With four schools showing heavy interest and more soon to enter the fray, Thomas said that no school will be eliminated just because of their location.
"That doesn't really matter. I just want to find a school where I can fit it and pick the system up quick," Thomas said.
DeSoto starts their spring practice in April.
Thomas is currently slotted at number 63 on the Scout.com receiver ratings.