Over the weekend, Jesuit offensive lineman Trey Elliott made an official visit to TCU. Before he left campus, Elliott made sure to give a verbal commitment.
That’s what Trent Johnson must be thinking now as he has learned his best freshman Karviar Shepherd will miss an indefinite amount of time to undergo surgery on his non-shooting hand.
The strengths of the class are at the wide receiver, quarterback and offensive line. Foster Sawyer and Grayson Muehlstein provide the Frogs with two strong signal callers who ensure a bright future at that position.
Hendrickson junior defensive back P.J. Mbanasor announced on Sunday night that he had verbally committed to TCU's football program. Mbanasor becomes the fifth member of TCU's 2015 recruiting class, and he joins a group that also includes Round Rock defensive lineman Breylin Mitchell.
Stewart picked TCU over an offer from SMU. The 5-foot-11, 185-pounder is rated as a three-star prospect and is ranked as the No. 68 overall recruit in the state. He also held interest from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.