TCU flipped 3-star Tulsa commit Coy McMillon on Sunday afternoon, as the 2017 recruit finished an official visit to Fort Worth. McMillon had been committed to Tulsa since mid-July, but recently received a TCU offer. It was his first P5 offer, and after an official visit, he made the flip official.
McMillon becomes the 13th commit to TCU’s 2017 class, and the second in four days, following on the heels of Florida DT George Ellis.
McMillon is listed as a tight end and defensive end, but there’s a possibility that he slides on to the offensive line. His older brother, Jake, made a similar move at Texas, and now plays right guard.
With McMillon’s commitment, TCU now holds the 38th ranked class according to 247Sports.com.