Shamarko Thomas among talented Syracuse prospects
Bob Sanders…Earl Thomas… Sean Taylor… Shamarko Thomas?
Syracuse safety Shamarko Thomas joined the ComRadio NFL Draft Show and said he compares himself to the likes of Sanders, Thomas and Taylor. As a smaller safety in terms of height, Thomas is right in the mold of Sanders and Thomas.
Thomas describes that the hardest part of the draft process is all of the travel and finding time to work out and stay in shape.
He is a very talented safety but finds himself in the middle of a deep draft class at the position but Thomas can say something that the other safeties can’t – that he covered USC’s Robert Woods and West Virginia’s Tavon Austin one-on-one.
Thomas also played at Syracuse with one of the top quarterbacks prospects in the draft, Ryan Nassib and says that Nassib is the “smartest quarterback in the draft.”
When Thomas’ phone rings on draft weekend, it will be a “dream come true.”
“The things I promised my mom I would do, I got it done,” Thomas said.
Listen to the full interview below.
Patrick Woo is a junior majoring in broadcast journalism, a ComRadio Sports Director and a NFL Draft Show Producer. To contact him, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Patrick Woo is a senior from Crumpton, Maryland enrolled in the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism.
He is a Sports Director for ComRadio, reporter for the Centre County Report and manager for the Penn State women’s lacrosse team. He has interned with Bill King on Sirius/XM College Sports Nation and the Reese’s Senior Bowl and covered SEC, Big Ten and MAC Media Days, the NFL Draft and Super Bowl XLVIII among many other things at Penn State.
His biggest passions are college football and helping others by making a positive impact.
You can visit Patrick’s personal website at http://www.patrickwoo.com and follow him on Twitter @P_Woo.