Thomas Incoom signs with Denver Broncos as undrafted free agent


Stone Mountain senior Thomas Incoom celebrates after a play during the game against South Alabama Sept. 10, at Kelly/Shorts Stadium.

Thomas Incoom did not hear his name called during the 2023 NFL Draft, but shortly found a home after its conclusion as an undrafted free agent signee with the Denver Broncos.

Incoom was the only member of CMU’s 2022 football team to attend the NFL Combine during this draft cycle. He also attended and played in the Reese’s Senior Bowl this year.

During the 2022 season, Incoom tied Navy’s John Marshall four fourth in the NCAA in sacks with 11.5. He also tied for fifth in tackles for loss with 19.0. 

He finished the season tied with defensive back Donte Kent Jr. for fourth in total tackles among Chippewa defenders with 56, while also chipping in a team-high two fumble recoveries.

Prior to transferring to CMU, he attended Valdosta State for three years, redshirting in his 2017 freshman year. He played a rotational role in all 14 games during in his second year before breaking out in the 2019 season and earning First Team Gulf South Conference honors.

As a Chippewa, he made 14 starts across his 25 career games between 2021-2022. In that time, he racked up 84 tackles, 27 TFLs and 15.5 sacks, while being named to the First Team All-Mid-American Conference. 

Born and raised in Ghana, Incoom moved to the United States at age 12. He attended high school in Stone Mountain, Georgia, where he played soccer and football.