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TCU News: Some recruiting tidbits for your post holiday consumption

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Where TCU may look to finish out 2020 recruiting class | Horned Frog Blitz

If TCU can close on Williams and Horton it will have been an exceptional recruiting year.

Savion Williams – The tall receiver didn’t sign during the early signing period which is great news for the Frogs. Williams is getting interest from all over and TCU is among the schools showing the most interest. The Frogs are trying to get Williams in town for an official visit in January. Malcolm Kelly has visited with Williams.

Dylan Horton – The Frogs weren’t particularly looking for a defensive end but Adam Plant recently entered his name into the transfer portal and the Frogs do need a player. Horton could play linebacker or defensive end wherever he goes. The transfer from New Mexico originally signed as a safety out of Frisco but now he’s getting close to 230-pounds and still possesses great athleticism. TCU is working on trying to get him in for a visit in January.

Telling numbers: A look back at TCU’s 2019 football season | The Star-Telegram

Nothing about these feels good.

611 — yards receiving by Reagor, the most on the team

204 — yards rushing per game, which ranked third in the Big 12 and 31st nationally

8 — rushing TDs by Sewo Olonilua

77 — yard run by Darius Anderson, longest of season

30 — sacks allowed, tied for 100th-most allowed in the country

50 — scores in 53 red-zone trips, 29 TDs (21 rush, eight pass) and 21 field goals

Around Campus:

17-year-old receives master’s degree from TCU, and his 14-year-old brother is following his lead | Fox 5 Atlanta

Remember these kids?

Carson’s purple cap and gown blends in with the rest of his graduating class at TCU, but he stands out because of his young age.

“Outside of just school and academia, I’m really just a normal 17-year-old kid. I like playing video games, I have a dog, I have my brother at home, so, we have fun,” he said.

Carson’s brother, Cannan, is 14, and an electrical engineering major at TCU.

“I get the, ‘How old are you?’ sometimes,” Cannan added.

“It’s obvious they are nerds,” their mother, Claretta Kimp, said.

But their mother added that being a nerd isn’t a bad thing.