Such a bummer, but it seems that there’s no ill will between the player and program.
Davis said he’d be leaving TCU earlier this month despite a solid true freshman season.
He played in all 37 games with two starts and averaged 6.3 points, 1.7 rebounds and 2 assists per game.
Davis scored a season-high 22 points at No. 17 Iowa State (2/9/19) on a season-best 7-of-10 shooting and scored 16 points the following week against No. 14 Kansas (2/11/19).
Davis also considered Texas A&M, LSU, San Diego State and Houston.
He recognized the rivalry between his old school (TCU) and new school (SMU) in announcing his decision.
“I’m so sorry Fort Worth but I’m Moving to Dallas to turn up these next 3 years,” wrote Davis, who added a #PonyUp hashtag.
The small school gem could play either side of the ball at the next level.
Holcomb currently holds ten offers including SMU, Army, North Texas, Kansas, Indiana and Tulsa among others. In addition to TCU, he also holds strong interest from Texas Tech. As for TCU, Holcomb says he’s unsure where the coaches like him best.
“I thought it was tight end but I also worked defensive end as well so I really don’t know right now,” he said.
If an offer does come through from the Frogs, they will be in great position for Holcomb.
“I’ve always watched them and always thought TCU would be a great school to go to,” he said. “If I got an offer from them it would be one of my top schools for sure.”
Holcomb is rated as the No. 31 tight end prospect in the nation according to 247Sports.