Four schools involved with four-star senior JT Thor

There was a lot of talk as the early signing period approached that J.T. Thor could make a decision and sign. Thor, a 6-foot-9 four-star power forward that transferred to Norcross (Ga.) High for his senior season, labeled his recruiting process as “really slow,” but noted that he is currently talking to Kentucky, Georgia, Kansas, and Oklahoma State. (247 Sports)


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