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Thomas Hoping To Flash This Season

Thomas had four catches last season.

After being touted as one of the most explosive members of the class of 2008, Lamaar Thomas struggled to find consistent playing time as a true freshman last season. Now a year wiser, find out what was tough about Thomas' transition to Ohio State and why he feels this year could be different.

Until he set foot on campus at Ohio State, Lamaar Thomas had primarily made his living on the football field as a running back. That all changed when Thomas enrolled for summer classes in Columbus and assumed his new role at wide receiver for the Buckeyes. One year, four catches and 16 kick returns later, the player teammates call "Flash" is hoping to become a more impactful and consistent player... Recommended Stories

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