By Kelley Bydlon
After a sophomore season where he ran for nine touchdowns and nearly 900 yards, the future looked bright for Florida State running back Jermaine Thomas. Injuries and stiff competition in the FSU backfield prevented Thomas from putting up the same kind of numbers in '10 and '11 though. Now, he is preparring for life after Florida State. A life that he hopes includes football at its highest level.
On Tuesday, I spoke with Thomas about his career at FSU and his preparations for the NFL draft.
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