Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Patriots' picks: Round 6/206 - Jemea Thomas, CB, 5-9, 192, Georgia Tech...Thomas is an undersized tweener with experience at both safety and corner. He'll probably compete in the nickel in the NFL and on special teams, but as a four-year college starter brings solid experience to the next level. - The Sports Xchange
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09/02/14 - S Jemea Thomas was waived Monday (Sept. 1) by the Cowboys.
09/01/14 - S Jemea Thomas is one of four players who played in a preseason game with the Cowboys' ever fluctuating roster without even going through a practice. Unlike the others -- S Kory Lindley, CB Johnny Thomas and RB Phillip Tanner -- Thomas made the Cowboys' final roster. Thomas was claimed off waivers right before the preseason finale last week after being cut by the New England Patriots. He will play safety and nickel cornerback for the Cowboys.
08/27/14 - CB Jemea Thomas was claimed on waivers by the Cowboys from the Patriots Wednesday (Aug. 27).
08/26/14 - CB Jemea Thomas, a sixth-round pick out of Georgia Tech, was released on the first round of cuts Aug. 26.
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Patriots' picks: Round 6/206 - Jemea Thomas, CB, 5-9, 192, Georgia Tech...Thomas is an undersized tweener with experience at both safety and corner. He'll probably compete in the nickel in the NFL and on special teams, but as a four-year college starter brings solid experience to the next level. - The Sports Xchange
04/29/14 - Five players who should be on Dallas' draft radar: DB Jemea Thomas, Georgia Tech: A former running back, Thomas was a two-year starter at Georgia Tech, logging snaps between the rover safety and cornerback positions. He led the team in tackles as a senior and finished his career with 30 passes defended and nine interceptions. Thomas isn't the biggest or fastest, but he plays fast, balanced and decisive with a tough-minded, high motor approach to the game. He can get lost in coverage at times with some tweener traits, but is a try-hard overachiever who gets the most out of his ability and has the on-field intensity, versatility and play speed to be a quality sub-package defensive back. Thomas is a third round talent who will probably still be on the board in the fourth and Dallas has shown some interest. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
12/04/13 - Surprisingly, senior defensive back Jemea Thomas was left off the All-ACC team and honorable mention list. Thomas, who is expected to be taken in the 2014 NFL Draft, leads the team in tackles (73), solo tackles (62), pass break-ups (8) and is tied for the team lead with two interceptions. - Georgia Tech football
11/04/13 - WEEK 10 ACC DEFENSIVE BACK OF THE WEEK: Jemea Thomas, Georgia Tech, Sr.-R., S, 5-10, 195, Queensland, Ga.,...Thomas had a team-best six solo tackles, a tackle for loss, a pass break-up and his eighth career interception in Saturday’s 21-10 win over Pittsburgh. Thomas, who has 21 tackles over the last two games combined, sealed the victory when he came up with his interception at the Pitt 4-yard line with less than a minute to play. - ACC football
10/28/13 - WEEK 9 ACC CO-DEFENSIVE BACK OF THE WEEK: Jemea Thomas, Georgia Tech, Sr-R., S, 5-10, 195, Queensland, Ga.,...Thomas recorded career highs with 15 tackles and 12 solo tackles, leading the Georgia Tech defense in Saturday’s 35-25 ACC win at Virginia. Thomas’ 15 tackles were the most by a Yellow Jacket since 2009, and his 12 solo stops were the most by a Georgia Tech player since 2003. Thomas also matched a career high with two pass break-ups against the Cavaliers. - ACC football
09/26/13 - Scouting the Georgia Tech run defense: North Carolina was unable to move the ball on the ground, rushing for 101 yards. Tech will likely see a more spirited attempt by Virginia Tech to establish a running game. - The Sports Xchange