Michigan only has four spots left in the 2012 recruiting class. After the coaches gained a commitment from Drake Johnson and missed out on Brionte Dunn and a few other running back prospects, they seem to be done with RB recruiting this year. Theres nothing to worry about, though. Hoke and Co. are already looking forward to what the running backs in the 2013 class have to offer.
|Kamani Thomas(Photo Courtesy of Rivals)|
|Kamani Thomas runs around a defender(Photo Courtesy of Dallas-Hiram Patch)|
I recently got in contact with Kamani and he agreed to talk with me and do a quick interview.
SimplyComplex: You've come out and said that Michigan is your outright leader, what do you like the most about Michigan?
Kamani Thomas: I've always liked michigan and now that there back to the I-Formation I like them even more.
SC: How did your Michigan visit go?
KT: The visit was okay, expected a little more out of it,though. (Me:What do you mean?)
I just figured we would be able to talk to the coaches more than what we did and really look at things around the campus or facilities.
SC: Did you talk to any of the coaches? If so, what about?
KT: I talked to Coach Montgomery for a second, but thats about it.
SC: Any you good friends with any other players in Georgia?
KT: Yes, I'm good friends with Shaq Wiggins. He's a great cornerback.
SC: What are you looking for in a university and coaching staff?
KT: In the coaching staff I'm just looking for that winning environment and that want for me as much as me for them.
SC: How does it feel to be the number one RB in the state of Georgia?
KT: Being No. 1 RB is humbling just gotta keep working hard to stay there.
SC: What kind of runner would you describe yourself?
KT: I would describe myself as a power runner, but fast enough to out-run a defender if I have to.
SC: What other schools have been recruiting you?
KT: Alabama, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Duke, Southern Miss, Troy, and LSU.
Kamani Thomas Sophomore Highlights
As you can see, Thomas will be one of the premiere backs in the entire country come next year. As a sophomore, Thomas ran for 1,901 yards in 13 games, averaged 8 yards a game, ran an average 22 times a game, and scored 22 total touchdowns. Thomas visited Michigan a few weeks back, and came away thoroughly impressed. Thomas hasn't received a Michigan offer yet, but I'm positive that the coaches will be in contact with him soon enough to give him that prestigious Michigan offer.