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TCU News: Frogs land Bryson Jackson, Hill looks to be resilient, not perfect

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3-Star WR Bryson Jackson to play football and baseball at TCU |

Jackson was also being pursued heavily by LSU, to be a two-sport Tiger, but one person from TCU helped seal the deal for the Frogs.

Although LSU was among the final teams considered by Jackson, TCU beat the Tigers at their own game. LSU was the first to offer him a baseball scholarship, but he said it was the extra attention that TCU Head Baseball Coach Jim Schlossnagle showed him that pushed the Frogs forward.

TCU gets football, baseball commitment from Humble star | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Bryson Jackson has a dream of becoming the next Bo Jackson, and he saw TCU as the place for him to continue to live out that dream. Congrats, Bryson, and welcome to the Frog Fam!

“I’m going to do whatever it takes, push my hardest, and in both sports, I’m not going to let anyone stop me from doing that,” he told Rivals.

QB Kenny Hill aims to be resilient, not perfect | TCU 360

Say what you want about Kenny Hill, the kid’s attitude is right where it needs to be this year.

Last year, Hill averaged a 61.1 percent completion rate. This season his completion percentage is 72.2 percent so far, he has four touchdown throws and two interceptions. But he’s not done thinking about how to make those stats even better.

“I think I can make decisions faster,” Hill said. “And get us in the right plays in different situations. Those are two things I can get better at.”

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Courtland Sutton is a big name for SMU, but TCU LB Travin Howard is confident in the defense’s ability to slow him down.

"Courtland Sutton, he's a great receiver, but I feel like we play great players every week," TCU linebacker Travin Howard said. "We have great cornerbacks and great safeties around us, that can cover him. So we're just gonna approach this game like we approached Jackson State and Arkansas."