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De'Anthony Thomas



School Interest Offer Recruited By Visit Date
Oregon Oregon Signed (2/2/2011) -
USC USC None Jan 14
Arizona Arizona None
California California None
Florida Florida None



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Year Int RuYd RuTD RecTD Tck Sck
2009 2 1200 12 3 52 4
Total 4 2400 24 6 52 4


U.S. Army All-American mamber. Five-star recruit according to No. 1 cornerback by No. 5 player on the PrepStar Magazine "Dream Team". Rushed for 1,299 yards on just 114 carries with 18 touchdowns. 16 catches for 359 yards and four touchdowns as a senior. 42 tackles and five interceptions on defense. MVP by the City Section coaches, All-City first-team on defense, and City Section Player of the Year. Winner of the Glenn Davis Award, presented b the Los Angeles Times to the best high school player in the area.

2011 - Pac-12 co-offensive freshman of the year. All-Pac-12 first team kick returner. Shared team's most outstanding player honor with senior tight end David Paulson. Freshman All-American according to Sporting News. Ranked 11th nationall in all-purpose ards (147.8 per game). Only player in the nation with 400 or mroe yards rushing, receiving, and kick returning. Ranked second (983 yards) in kick off return yards, seventh in all-purpose yards (2,235), and ninth in scoring (110) in a single season at Oregon. Played in all 14 games and started six. Team's second leading receiver with 46 catches for 605 yards and nine touchdowns. Third-leading rusher with 608 yards on just 55 carries. Scored seven rushing touchdowns. Scored his first career touchdown against LSU in the season opener. Earned the CFPA National Kick Returner of the Week against USC and again againstWashington State. Named the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas Player of the week against Washington State.


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