has verbally committed to Oklahoma, according to multiple reports.
The 6-foot-5, 210-pound quarterback from Heritage (Colleyville, Texas)
selected the Sooners over dozens of other offers from around the country.
Thomas' stock soared after a junior season in which he completed 229 of 377 passes for 3,057 yards and 32 touchdowns, helping lead Heritage to a 9-2 record.
He is a great pick-up for Oklahoma, which narrowly missed out on the nation's top quarterback, Max Browne
, who chose USC.
Given the success that the Sooners have had at developing players at that position recently, they were selective with which quarterbacks they pursued in this recruiting cycle.
Thomas, the No. 4 signal caller in the class of 2013, fits Oklahoma's offense perfectly and gives Bob Stoops another future star at the position.
He joins a class that features running backs Keith Ford
and Greg Bryant
, as well as defensive end D.J. Ward
Only four Top 100 quarterbacks remain uncommitted, led by Kevin Olsen
, the nation's No. 5 quarterback, who is considering Miami, Auburn and Michigan State among others.