Five star recruit makes sweet music with Nick Saban's wife

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Chad Thomas is making the most of his final few days as a five-star recruit.

Being flown across the country all expenses paid and treated like a king on arrival at college campuses throughout America must be pretty exciting for high school seniors.

And this weekend Thomas spent the morning with Terri Saban, the wife of Alabama head Nick Saban.

But don't worry there is nothing untoward here. 

While getting the full tour of the Crimson Tide campus and facilities Thomas spent some time at the Saban family home, indulging in his other major

"I went to coach Saban's house and ate breakfast and I played piano with Mrs. Saban," the recruit told 24/7 Sports network.

"I had fun - she has some skills. We just put it together, could make a show out of it."

But while Thomas may have been impressed with the abilities of Terri Saban, it remains highly unlikely that the 6' 5", 240-pounder will sign up to the Alabama program.

With only two days to go until national signing day in the world of college football, Thomas, highly regarded defensive end prospect, is widely expected to sign with the University of Miami.

He has been committed to the Hurricanes since July 2013, but that has not stopped him making these trips to various other schools on official visits.

The Booker T. Washington High School student is scheduled to sign with his native Miami at 9am on Wednesday. 

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