All American Heritage 2025 DB Greg Thomas entered his junior season without stars or an offer, but he got a chance to show what he could do on the field in 2023 and after a year of locking up opposing receivers (he allowed just two catches by an opponent) he has shot up the recruiting boards.
Blessed with terrific size and length at 6’2, 190-pounds, Thomas has terrific quickness and athleticism, breaks on the ball exceptionally well and shows the kind of agility and coverage skills that college programs look for in a prospect.
and has dawn Power 5 offers from programs all over the country. he has 2025 Greg Thomas has emerged as one of the state’s premier DB prospects in the rising 2025 class.
Six Star Football recently caught up with Thomas and asked him about his offseason and recruitment.
⭐️Tell people who haven’t seen you play about your game, strengths as a player
I am a lockdown corner, whoever you put in front of me i’ll cover them and move to the next play
⭐️Tell us about your most recent season
My most recent season was a good season, It was my first season starting at American Heritage. And I only allowed two catches all season.I started the season unranked and no offers and finished a 4 star (247Sports, 5 stars Six Star Football) with 15+ offers
⭐️Anyone in particular that you have looked up to or patterned your game after as a player?
I look up to a couple people and try to imitate their play in my game. Damari Brown, Pat Surtain jr. and Tariq Woolen
⭐️What are some things you are focused on this off-season?
Some things i’m focused on this off-season is just getting better all around
⭐️Are you playing 7v7 this offseason, if so who is your squad.
I am playing 7v7 i’m playing with SFE
⭐️Do you have a trainer that you work with?
I have a couple trainers I work with, Goldfeet, specifically Coach Joseph Mcclary, Alleyesdb, Coach Chad Wilson and my dad