One of TCU’s top 2018 targets has just signed, as 4-star wide receiver Tevailance Hunt has sent in his National Letter of Intent.
Hunt had an incredible senior season, one which saw him fly up recruiting rankings all across the board. He finishes as the No. 34 player in the state of Texas, and the No. 49 receiver for the class of 2018, a top 300 recruit according to the 247 Sports Composite Rankings (247’s solo rankings have him as the No. 15 player in Texas, and the No. 23 WR overall).
Hunt is a big body, standing at 6-2, 185, and he has elite speed to go with size. His route running is fantastic, his hands are impeccable, and he simply has a knack for making big plays.
Hunt was originally committed to Kansas, but received a TCU offer over the summer. Ten days after his TCU offer came in, Hunt decommitted from the Jayhawks, and just days after that, Hunt became a Frog.
The receiver out of Texarkana is one of three wide receivers committed in this class (not including Athletes Taye Barber and John Stephens, who are both projected at WR), and he may finish his TCU career as one of the best ever.
Let’s all welcome Tevailance to the Frog Fam!