Don’t close the door on a return to Michigan for CB Ambry Thomas

Michigan Wolverines CB Ambry Thomas decided to opt-out of the 2020 college football season and declare for the NFL Draft.

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But could he potentially change his mind? It sounds like a possibility.

After the Big Ten announced the return of the 2020 season, Thomas said that he’s currently exploring options regarding a return to the Wolverines.

“I’m hearing certain things that I can come back,” Thomas told SiriusXM’s “Big Ten Today” on Thursday. “I’m hearing other things that I can’t.”

According to Thomas, there’s still “a whole bunch of uncertainty still from my end.”
Right now, answers would clear everything up for me,” Thomas said.

Though Thomas hasn’t spoken to head coach Jim Harbaugh about a potential return, he has spoken with other members of the coaching staff.

“But I talked to a couple of my (assistant) coaches earlier,” Thomas said. “They said they’d get at me later; that they want to talk about what I’m thinking.

“Basically, the conversation we’re kind of having, I have to express my concerns still and see how that even goes about since I’ve already signed with an agent.”

The agent he signed with, Drew Rosenhaus, is one of the notable figures who represents NFL players, and has negotiated over $7 billion worth of NFL contracts.

– – Quotes via Aaron McMann of MLive Link – –

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