2015 Season Tickets
Orange Out Promo
stop
Article Image
Courtesy: GoBearkats.com
James Thomas Inks Letter With Kats
Courtesy: GoBearkats.com
Release: 05/21/2012
Send this article to a friend Print RSS
Related Links
James Thomas, a 6-5, 210-pound power forward from Navarro College, has signed a letter-of-intent to attend Sam Houston State University and play men's basketball for head coach Jason Hooten.

Thomas earned third-team All-Conference honors, leading Navarro to a 25-11 record, the NJCAA Region XIV tournament and a berth in the national championships in Hutchinson, Kan, in 2012.

The Duncanville product averaged 9.1 points and 6.3 rebounds. He hit 47 percent from the field and was a huge part of the team's post-season success.

In the NJCAA national tournament, he put together back-to-back performances of double figure points and rebounds (12 points and 10 rebounds in the first and 17 points and 13 boards the second night).

While leading his team to the regional title, Thomas totaled 19 points and 10 rebounds in a 94-89 win at Temple and a 12 points and 13 boards in a 71-60 victory over Lon Morris.

"James is an over-achiever," Hooten said. "He loves when people say he can't do something. A tough, physical, hard-nosed play, he plays the power forward spot with a junk-yard dog mentality. We are extremely excited to add a young man of his character, work ethic and winning pedigree. James will make everyone around him better and accountable on a daily basis."

Back
Auctions
DVD Store
Tickets
advertisement
Group Tix
Free Admission Banner
More On GoBears.com
LeftRight
Kaheem Ransom and Jabari Peters have provided instant offense
Michael Holyfield's hard work pays off
Men's Basketball Honors
Senior returns for 2015 run
Former Bearkat Ashton Mitchell playing in pros
Sam Houston student-athletes spread Christmas spirit
Mariah Titus
#6
Position: Midfield
Class: Senior
Presented by Villas on Sycamore
Which Bearkat team is scheduled to play in a pro sports venue this season other than football?
Volleyball
Basketball
Soccer
Presented by State Farm
TFB Honorary Coach