Adam Plant Jr. was supposed to be at Arizona. At least, that’s where he signed out of high school last year, but sometimes life throws you a curveball.
instead of heading to the Wildcats, Plant has spent the last year working out in Las Vegas, and now he has signed with the Horned Frogs.
10:02 AM | #CarterBoys19— TCU Football (@TCUFootball) December 19, 2018
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Plant is the fourth defensive lineman to sign with TCU today, joining Parker Workman, Colt Ellison, and Karter Johnson. DT Soni Misi is also expected to sign today.
Out of high school, Plant was rated as the No. 42 defensive end in the 2018 class. He’s s physical specimen, standing at 6-5, 245, and he’ll have a chance to contribute early with the departure of Ben Banogu and LJ Collier.
In 2018, Plant held some significant offers, including Oregon, USC, Penn State, and Arizona. He should still have four years of eligibility left, because he didn’t play this last year, opting to work out and stay in shape rather than burn a year of eligibility going JUCO.
Welcome to the Frog Fam, Adam!