Ta'Shawn Thomas went from follower to leader in his first full season as a varsity starter.Killeen High's 6-foot-6 forward who replaced Cory Jefferson, now a freshman at Baylor, thought he'd be following senior Ja'Corie Baker's lead.
Instead, Thomas, who's just a junior, became a leader and a force for the District 25-4A champion Runnin' Roos and shared the district's MVP award with Lake Travis' David Eads.It means a lot to me. I thought this year was going to be just following Ja'Corie, but I had to step up and be a leader to the team. Just play hard and get our team ready, said Thomas, who averaged 15 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks a game this season.
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