TCU used the last month of the recruiting season to flip several players, like L.J. Collier, Emanuel Porter, Shaun Nixon. That list also included long-time Boise State commit Ryan Griswold.
Griswold, an offensive lineman from Pearland, Texas, softened on the Broncos once head coach Chris Petersen left for the head coaching job at Washington. He received and offer from the Horned Frogs mid-January and made the switch a few days later.
Griswold stands at 6-foot-5 and weights in at 260 pounds, according to Scout.com. He was a 1st Team All-Conference defensive end as a junior, but spent a lot of his senior year on the offensive line, and should be an offensive tackle at the next level.
Despite only spending one full season on the offensive line, Griswold has great footwork, and is an aggressive blocker on pass blocking. His motor translates well on the offensive side of the ball, and he should be competing for a starting job in the next season or two.