Georgia Tech football great Demaryius Thomas will be inducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in February, the university announced Friday.

Thomas, a member of the program from 2006-2009, along with Shawn Jones, part of the 1990 national championship team, will be enshrined on Feb. 25 during an induction ceremony in Macon, Ga.

Thomas, one of the program’s all-time top wide receivers, finished his college career with 2,342 yards, currently 4th-all time in Georgia Tech history. He also ranks 2nd in single-season yardage behind Calvin Johnson.

He was taken 22nd overall in the 2010 NFL Draft — just the 12th player in program history to be taken in the 1st round — and was a 2-time All-Pro selection while playing in 4 Pro Bowls. His most famous play was catching an 80-yard touchdown pass from Tim Tebow in the Denver Broncos’ AFC Wild Card game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Jan. 2012.

Tragically, Thomas passed away at his Atlanta-area home in Dec. 2021 at just 33 years old.