Physical power forward will provide strong inside presence when he becomes eligible for the San Juan Shootout following the fall semester.
Started in all 20 games he played during the 2002-03 season and was Georgia's tallest, biggest and most physical presence inside ... Perhaps Georgia's best player in the regular-season's homestretch ... Scored a season-high of 19 points in a win over Florida in 2002-03 ... Provided a 16-point, 11-board effort against Auburn ... Would have ranked sixth in the SEC rebounding stats if he met minimum qualifying standards (must have played in 75 percent of team's games) ... His presence restored natural order to the Bulldogs' frontcourt lineup ... Averaged 15 points and nine rebounds over the last three games of his junior season ... Started in 26-of-28 games, averaging 8.4 points, for the Bulldogs during the 2001-02 ... Played some of his best basketball during the month of February, 2002 when he averaged 12.5 points and 7.7 rebounds in the six games in which he played ... Scored in double figures nine times in the 2002 season and Georgia was 8-1 in those games ... Career best of 24 points against Georgia Tech (12/09/01) ... Career best of 14 rebounds against Appalachian State (12/22/02) ... Played in 78 career games, starting 46.
Finished his high school career as Carrollton's all-time leading scorer with 2,087 points ... Was selected to the Terrific Ten list by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution ... The paper also picked Thomas as its Metro Area Player of the Year ... Posted 24.5 points, 14.7 rebounds, and 5.4 blocks as a senior ... Led his team to three straight region titles ... Carrollton was 112-12 during his four-year career.
Son of Angela Holland ... Born 03/14/81 ... Major: Physical Education.