For a young player with Thomas’ accomplishments, he is well respected among the Braves coaching staff.
“He makes the job a whole lot easier. A lot of times when you have a player with his abilities that they think they’re a prima donna but Kentavious is really a coachable player,” Copeland said. “He’s just a great kid. He does well on the football field; he does well academically, so he’s just an all-around great kid, and he’s a pleasure to coach.”
Thomas will take the field once again tonight at home with hopes of leading the Braves to a win over Veterans High School in the last game of the regular season.
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