Well, this is disappointing.
TCU has lost one of the biggest names from their 2017 class, as star wide receiver and four star commit RJ Sneed announced he was reopening his recruitment Sunday night:
Sneed, who made his verbal commitment to the Frogs on February 13th of this year, has collected 19 offers including Texas A&M, Alabama, Wisconsin, Ole Miss, Tennessee, and UCLA. Though he was considered a hard commit, he has shown considerable interest in the Rebels, and they may be a threat to secure his services come signing day.
Sneed was one of two wide receiver commits in the class of 2017, leaving Kenedy Snell as the only other pass-catcher in the class. Top QB prospect Shawn Robinson will have some work to do if he hopes to bring in some targets with his group.
The Frogs have limited scholarships to offer this year, as they have had large classes the past several years and boast a tiny senior class. And while Sneed is an incredible talent, this may be a blessing in disguise. TCU is deep at the receiver position, and there are several other needs on the team more pressing than that. I am sure we will see GP and company fill that slot with another talented player.
Best of luck to RJ in his decision going forward.