Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 2/7/13
Aaron Rodgers, John Elway, Troy Aikman, Dan Fouts, Warren Moon, Drew Bledsoe, Andrew Luck, Carson Palmer, Norm Van Brocklin, Jim Plunkett. Those names all mean nothing to one Micah Thomas. Thomas is a dual-threat quarterback from North Shore (Tex.) Senior High School. He was one of three quarterbacks to sign a national letter of intent with Utah on Wednesday, but he doesn’t think the competition will matter. In fact, he thinks he’ll not only blow away the other quarterbacks in his class, but every quarterback in school and conference history. Check out what he wrote on his Twitter account Wednesday: I’ll be the best QB ever to go to Utah, and in the PAC -12. Don’t believe me just watch. — Micah Thomas (@Faitesdinspirer) February 7, 2013 Thomas was rated a two-star recruit by Scout, and a three-star player by Rivals and 247 Sports. We don’t put a lot of stock into stars, but those ratings aren’t too promising. Pretty bold words from some kid who has yet to step on a college campus. Of course, he could have been referring strictly to the history of the Pac-12 and not the Pac-10 or Pac-8, in which case he would just have to be better than Andrew Luck and Marcus Mariota, which isn’t quite as daunting of a task. Best of luck to this young man. H/T Sports by Brooks Live Photo via YouTube/Legacy Sports Network The post Incoming Utah QB Micah Thomas proclaims he’ll be best ever in Pac-12 appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Niners DT: Andrew Luck Would Not be Top Pick if he Played in SEC Colts Fan Thomas Trinkle Has Worn Colts Attire Every Day Since Fifth Grade BYU recruit Brayden Kearsley burns letter from Utah (Picture)
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