The top performers in the state of Alabama are recognized for their accomplishments in the 2011…
Bone's Best: Justin Thomas
No. 34 wide receiver
Prattville High School
Did you know: Justin Thomas was named the MVP of the Class 6A state championship game against Hoover after finishing the game with 151 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 20 carries. He also completed 13-of-20 passes for 153 yards and another score. He finished his senior season with 1,652 yards passing with 13 touchdowns and five interceptions. He added 896 yards rushing on the ground with seven touchdowns.
Recruitment: Thomas originally committed to Alabama, but the Tide did not plan to use his skill set at the signal caller position. He decided to re-open his recruitment and committed to Georgia Tech. He has several other schools still in hot pursuit including Florida State and LSU.
Andrew Bone says: Justin Thomas is the fastest players in the state and very dangerous in the open field. He has the ability to create and extend plays. Thomas is one of the most explosive athletes in the country.
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