TCU men’s basketball added two more to its rank on Wednesday, as commits Terren Frank and Eddie Lampkin officially signed with the Horned Frogs.
Terren Frank is a consensus 4-star recruit rated as the No. 78 player in the ESPN 100, and he held offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, USC, San Diego State, Vanderbilt and several others, but chose the Horned Frogs. The California native stands at 6’7”, 200 pounds and is a versatile and athletic forward.
Eddie Lampkin is the No. 5 player in the state of Texas for this cycle according to ESPN, and is a massive interior presence. The Frogs could desperately use a big body like Lampkin, as currently the only two players 6’10” and taller are Kevin Samuel and Russell Barlow. That being said, Lampkin’s 290 pound frame almost dwarfs that of Samuel (250) and Barlow (235).
With 13 scholarship slots and Desmond Bane, Edric Dennis Jr, and Jaire Grayer all graduating after this season, it appears as if TCU still has room to welcome at least one transfer, or sign another high school recruit. Keeping that in mind, there are a two names to keep an eye on as the Frogs look to potentially add someone to the 2020 class.
4-star point guard KK Robinson announced a Top 7 in August that included TCU, Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa State, Kansas, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt. 247 Sports Crystal Ball predicts that he will eventually land with Arkansas.
3-star point guard Mike Miles announced TCU in his Top 5 back in August, alongside Auburn, Butler, Oklahoma State, and North Texas. 247 Sports’ Crystal Ball predicts that Miles will wind up at TCU.