This statement also explained that the combine is typically held at Mamba Sports Academy in California, but the current pandemic has prevented in-person events.
PBC’s statement noted Thomas’s offensive skills and described him as a clutch player in high-leverage moments.
PBC also mentioned Thomas’s versatility on defense in addition to his speed and vertical pop.
“We are excited to welcome Brodric Thomas to the PBC family and look forward to all of his future success in professional basketball,” the PBC statement said.
In his senior year with the Bulldogs, Thomas was a four-time GLVC Player of the Week, set a Truman record of 666 points in a season and finished his career as fifth in Truman history for scoring average at 21.5 points per game.
“Leader, hard worker, and unselfish,” Horner wrote. “He did everything that was asked of him and could have gone anywhere he wanted. Extremely happy for [Thomas] and he deserves everything he gets!”