Thomas is the nephew of former USC All-American and NFL All-Pro Keyshawn Johnson, and while Johnson enjoyed an outstanding career, Thomas is hoping to just have a sliver of the success and get him on the collegiate track.
He's waiting for his first offer, but several schools are interested.
"I'm interested in all of the Pac-10, North Carolina, Boise State and Colorado," said Thomas. "Those are the schools I am hearing the most from every week. All of the coaches seem really cool from talking to them and a lot of them want me to come up to their school to check it out and possibly take in a spring game. They also have camps they hold and would like me to take part in."
Thomas said he's unsure who his first offer will come from but a few schools are highly interested.
Thomas grew up a USC fan, and has been to the USC campus on numerous occasions, though he hasn't taken in a spring practice.
"I didn't have a chance to make it down there to any of the spring practices, but it's not a huge loss because I am always down there training with my coach or some of their players off the team. And I know almost everything there is to know about USC being that my uncle Keyshawn was a Trojan," said Thomas.
Thomas said no school is in the lead, because so many schools are corresponding.
"Right now I really don't have a top five at the moment being that I hear from different schools every day," said Thomas. "It's hard to just put other schools out of the mix. But I have to say from talking to Washington and North Carolina and Arizona State, they might be somewhere on top."
Thomas also isn't in a rush to make a choice.
"At this point I have no specific time frame on my decision," said Thomas. "I know I am going to be receiver a lot of interest so we will see how it plays out. I am just going to keep working hard and doing what I have to do."
Thomas said that Washington, North Carolina, Arizona State and Boise State were recruiting him the hardest.