15. Josh Carraway, Jr. DE. Flower Mound Marcus’ Carraway was handed a redshirt in his second year with the program in 2013 after playing just four games as a freshman. He put it to good use. After honing his skills for a year, Carraway started seven games and played in each contest in 2014 as part of TCU’s deep defensive end rotation.
Theand the only shared the Mountain West stage for one year, but their lone game as conference foes remains one to remember. Memorable as it is, though, it is also indicative of the other taut contests between the two: The four games have been decided by a grand total of 12 points and, as you might expect, both the Broncos and Frogs have won two each.
Teakell, who recently wrapped up his TCU career, played a major role in the Horned Frogs making back-to-back CWS appearances in 2014-15. Now, it's on to the Detroit Tigers organization as they took him in the ninth round of the recent Major League Baseball Amateur Draft.
Track & Field
Ronnie Baker, fresh off a tremendous showing at the USA Championships last week in Eugene, Oregon, heads to South Korea to represent USA at the World University Games. The Games run from July 3-14, while the track and field portion is slate for July 8-12. Baker will compete in the 100 meters and will be a staple on the 4x100 relay.