TCU got good news on Monday night, as JUCO offensive lineman Brandon Coleman committed to the Frogs.
C O M M I T E D @ThomsenChris @TCUCoachP @Coach_Po @coach_uselton pic.twitter.com/2MOhpYMAle— Brandon Coleman (@B_Coleman00) September 17, 2019
Coleman has been at Trinity Valley Community College the last two seasons.
Checking in at 6’6”, 320 pounds, Coleman is a large body. He also holds offers from Florida State, Missouri, Iowa State, Houston, and Tulsa.
Coleman attended Denton High School before making his way to TVCC, and is rated as a 3-star recruit by 247 Sports.
There’s a chance for early playing time when Coleman gets on campus, as TCU loses both Lucas Niang and Anthony McKinney after the season, and they’ll be looking to build their tackle depth back up.
Coleman is the fourth offensive lineman to join TCU’s class of 2020, and the second offensive tackle. It’s clear that the offensive line is a focal point of this recruiting class, and TCU is definitely knocking it out of the park.