Yesterday I reported that top Oregon football recruit and former L.A. high school football star De’anthony Thomas Tweeted from his personal account that he had met with NCAA investigators on Wednesday.
(Snoop Dogg’s son Cordell Broadus and De’anthony Thomas)
Thomas, one of the top 2011 high school football prospects in the country, recently signed to play football at Oregon in what reportedly may have been a last second change of heart. (Thomas spurned the hometown USC Trojans.)
After my report, Thomas Tweeted that NCAA investigators did not ask him about Oregon during his meeting with NCAA investigators. Instead, Thomas indicated - also via his Twitter account - that USC was the sole topic of conversation.
Following his Tweets, Thomas denied to Bryan Fischer of CBSSports.com that he had met with the NCAA and that the aforementioned Twitter account containing the Tweets in question did not belong to him.
I followed that up with a report proving that Thomas did own the Twitter account from which the NCAA and USC Tweets emanated.
Today, Thomas changed his story again. Read more…