Thomas Joins Dores

Canadian guard Trey Thomas signs with Commodores

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Vanderbilt men’s basketball head coach Jerry Stackhouse officially announced the signing of Canadian guard Trevon Thomas to a National Letter of Intent on Monday.

“Trevon is an exciting addition to our Vanderbilt family,” Stackhouse said. “He is a leader, tough, and competitive, and will do whatever it takes to win and improve. He has a lot of potential and we can’t wait to see him in black and gold.”

A 5-foot-11 guard from Durham, Ontario, Canada, Thomas will be eligible to play for the Commodores in the 2020-21 season. Thomas averaged 24.2 points per game, 5.9 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 3.9 steals as a senior under head coach Ro Russel at Crestwood Preparatory College.

“I chose Vanderbilt because I’m a big family person and Vanderbilt is all about family and togetherness,” Thomas said. “Also, the education it offers was an excellent addition. Playing under a coach with so much knowledge played a huge role as well.”

Thomas, who also led Crestwood to an OFSAA title, joins a freshman class that includes Georgia native Tyrin Lawrence, 6-foot-7 forward Myles Stute, Nigerian Akeem Odusipe and walk-on Max Adelman.