Yesterday, Crestwood Prep (Ontario, Canada) Point Guard, Trevon Thomas announced his commitment to Coach Jerry Stackhouse and the Vanderbilt Commodores. Thomas averaged 24.2 points, 4.7 assists, 5.9 rebounds and almost 4 steals a game last year for Crestwood Prep. He’s not currently ranked, which isn’t unusual among international recruits, but he’s proven he can play at a high level.
Thomas and Coach Stackhouse spoke on the phone, Stackhouse offered, and Thomas committed immediately. Thomas stands at 5 feet, 11 inches, and weighs in at 160 pounds. Though he may seem a little bit small as of now, he’s got time to bulk up and help produce for the Commodores.
Thomas joins a stacked Point Guard room that features players such as Scotty Pippen Jr., 4-star Freshman Tyrin Lawrence, and Kansas transfer Issac McBride. He’s a great scorer, ball handler, and facilitator, according to those who have seen him play for Crestwood Prep this year. In addition to adding depth to Vanderbilt’s 2020 recruiting class, Thomas may provide some help for a future class, as his cousin Elijah Fisher is the top Canadian hooper in the 2023 class. Like Thomas, Fisher holds an offer from Vanderbilt, and Thomas hopes his cousin will join him at Vanderbilt one day.