TCU gained it’s third commit in as many days, when JUCO linebacker Alex Bush, from Cerritos College in La Habra, California, pledged to the Frogs on Tuesday.
Wanted to thank everyone who believed in me. Blessed to say I'll be committing to Texas Christian University!! #GoFrogs #TCU pic.twitter.com/gITSnckjDH— Alex Bush (@AlexBushNine) December 13, 2016
Bush, an inside linebacker, checks in at 6-foot-2, 230 pounds. He originally committed to Wyoming out of high school, but wound up at a JUCO, and now at TCU.
Bush’s commitment comes on the heels of his official visit to TCU over the weekend, and follows the commitments of Noah Daniels and Tyreece Lott.
As a JUCO commit, Bush has the option to sign an NLI tomorrow, meaning he’d be inked with the Frogs and on campus in January.
This addition is a big pick up for the Frogs, who saw another JUCO linebacker, Tyree Horton, leave the team this fall, creating a space for Bush to step in. Bush also adds some much needed size to TCU’s linebacking corps, which is, beyond Ty Summers, rather undersized.