With the 2020 college football recruiting class mostly set, our sights now turn to 2021. While it’s still very early in the process for that class, some of the top prospects are starting to narrow down their lists. Among them is four-star wideout Jayden Thomas from Pace Academy in Georgia, who has just trimmed his own list down a ton.
Taking to Twitter on Friday, Thomas revealed that he has reduced his list of schools to 11. Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Michigan, Notre Dame, North Carolina and Ohio State all made the cut.
Thomas’ list is a who’s-who of top programs in Power Five conferences. But the SEC has the largest batch of teams on his radar with six.
247Sports rates Thomas as the No. 132 overall prospect in the Class of 2021. He is the No. 26 wide receiver in the country, and the No. 12 prospect from the state of Georgia.
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Thomas has yet to make any official visits, but he has made unofficial trips to North Carolina and Notre Dame.
247Sports doesn’t yet have any predictions for where he might go.
But it is pretty clear that Thomas wants to join a top program, maybe one where might not even be a starter as a freshman.
Which school would be the best fit for the four-star wide receiver?