TCU's 2015 class is rounding out nicely, as the Frogs added another defensive back to their stacked class on Sunday. Kansas commit Arico Evans announced that he flipped his commitment from the Jayhawks to the Frogs, making him the sixth defensive back and third safety in TCU's 2015 class.
#TCU has added a commitment from Dallas Hillcrest DB @rico_jr3. Big time get for the Frogs— Jeremy Clark (@JClarkHFB) January 25, 2015
The flip comes a little over a month after Evans committed to Kansas, and it's understandable why he committed to the Jayhawks. They were the first P5 school to offer the athlete from Hillcrest, in Dallas, Tx. Evans, standing at 6'2"/190 pounds, was also considering offers from Texas Tech and Arkansas.
Evans joins safeties Niko Small and Montrel Wilson in the 2015 class, and is the 24th commit overall.
The three star recruit could wind up as one of the best in the class of 2015 when his career at TCU is finished. His measurables are almost identical to former Frog safety Chris Hackett, and we've all seen how that size and speed fits into a Gary Patterson defense.
The future for TCU's secondary looks incredibly bright. Go Frogs!