Demaryius Thomas: Denver’s Last Man Standing

July 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sunday is fast approaching, and giving Brian Xanders workman like approach to getting deals done one has to believe Demaryius will also report on time. Thomas is the last of Denver's draft selections yet to sign and their first overall.
Most had Dez Bryant being the top receiver taken in the draft. But the Broncos had seen enough to give that distinction to Demaryius Thomas, A 6'3" 230 lb. Wideout from Georgia Tech.
Demaryius' college career was impressive in a lot of ways and very unimpressive in others. Which left teams wondering whether or not Demaryius should be the first receiver taken. A foot injury left Demaryius out of the combine so he was kind of dismissed as unproven.
In 2009 Thomas started all 14 games as a junior at Georgia Tech and finished with 46 receptions for 1,154 yards (25.1 avg.) with eight touchdowns... Earned third-team All-America honors from the Associated Press along with first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference accolad...

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