Football is Serious Business for California High School Standout James "Bo" Thomas III
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James "Bo" Thomas III
Southern California High School Football Will Be Very Exciting This Coming Season.

LOS ANGELES - iSportsWire -- One of the best kept secrets in California high school football is the transfer of the San Gabriel Valley League 2019/20 rushing leader, James "Bo" Thomas III from Warren High to the Leuzinger Olympians (Lawndale, Ca.).

The addition of Bo Thomas to an already talented squad coached be Ex NFL Player Brandon Manumaleuna represents a significant shift of power in the powerful CIF Southern Section Ocean League.

When asked why he transferred Thomas said "it was a chance Meeting between my Dad and Coach Brandon. Coach said he had the perfect system for my style of running and he would love the opportunity to Coach me. We went to check out the school and saw all the improvements Russell Westbrook was making to improve academics and I knew a lot of the team it just seemed like a natural fit. I'm really looking forward to impressing college scouts in my senior year."

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When asked what has been his most memorable moments of his High school career he said "Being named 1st team all league as a freshman, scoring 2 touchdowns against powerhouse St. John Bosco when DJ Uiagalelei (Clemson) was quarterback, scoring 5 touchdowns against Gahr (Cerritos) but most importantly turning my academics around after covid.

Bo Thomas was recently presented an award for academics and community service. He dressed as Santa Claus this past Christmas for underprivileged children and is a member of Holy Revival Church in Compton California.

"I'm excited about playing college football the game I have loved since I was 5 years old. I'm a hard worker that leads by example. Put me in coach. Give me a chance."

Coaches contact James Thomas Jr with any questions at 424-244-5812.

Source: The Red Letter Agency
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