Lance Thomas

Atlanta, GA
6' 10"
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HoopSeen Rankings


Welcome to the granddaddy of them all. 

The annual Peachtree Corners Invitational is loaded with talent this season and we’ll be on hand at Norcross High School for the entire event on Saturday.

The Pac 12 and the SEC lead the brigade of talented classes as they boast a couple of programs atop of the 2017 HoopSeen Top-25 Class Rankings.
The meat of the first signing period is at hand as we take a look back at some of the more important storylines and steals that have been made thus far.
Pitt and St. Louis lead the way with the commitments of the week thanks to each of the programs going out and nabbing two immediate producers.
Louisville adds further to its loaded 2017 recruiting class, this time landing the verbal commitment from Lance Thomas.
Texas' big weekend is finally here as Matt Coleman and Mo Bamba hit the campus as Pitt, USC, and Villanova do their best to land another top tier prospect.
Villanova, Oklahoma State, Pitt, and Texas among the many that lead the way with a bevy of premier visitors on their campuses this weekend.
Duke leads the way with its bevy of elite visitors while VCU and Syracuse hope to pull in a commitment within the coming days.
The spotlight is on at Duke, Syracuse, NC State, and Louisville this weekend leading this week's On the Trail series.
Kentucky, Duke, Oklahoma, and Harvard are just a few of the programs set to host their top target from the 2017 class.
Florida brings in its top recruits to campus as Colorado, VCU, Notre Dame and a few others look to be commitment watch.
Florida, Clemson, Texas, and Colorado among those with a heavy list of visitors found in this weeks' On the Trail.

2017 Norcross (GA) power forward Lance Thomas had a big travel season on the EYBL circuit with Team United.

The Nike Peach Jam is in the books and the superlatives are being handed out all over the internet on the Monday after the loaded Nike event.

 ATLANTA, GA - In a game that paired two of the South’s best basketball teams head-to-head and a contest that was full of star power, it came down which team would lose their grip first on S

Norcross forward Lance Thomas is about as unique of a prospect as we have in Georgia’s 2017 class.

The Georgia Cup is a great platform for our staff to take a good, long look at teams and players. Justin Young empties his three takeaways from the weekend.

The class of 2017 was well-represented at The Fall Preview on Sunday at Suwanee Sports Academy. The sophomores brought their games and battled until the very end.