Former Denver Broncos wide receiver, Demarius Thomas, was recently inducted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame in the month prior to being elected to the Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame. Yellow Jackets Athletic Director, J Batt, proudly announced Thomas as part of the class of six in their press release. Thomas spent eight and a half seasons with the Broncos, where he gained four Pro Bowl titles, two All-Pro selections, and one Super Bowl victory.
During his three seasons with Georgia Tech, Thomas had an impressive career with 120 receptions, 2,339 yards, and 15 touchdowns. In 2021, Thomas passed away just 16 days after his 34th birthday. His notable accomplishments in his football career have led to his induction into both the University of Colorado and Georgia Tech Hall of Fame.
Thomas is set to qualify for the Broncos Ring of Fame in either 2024 or 2026 since he last played in 2019 but retired in 2021. As fans and players alike remember the late football legend, Demarius Thomas continues to hold a special place in the world of sports.