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TCU lands 4-star receiver Savion Williams

The Marshall, TX product picked the Frogs over Arkansas and SMU.

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The Frogs got some good news on Signing Day with the commitment of 4-star receiver Savion Williams.

Williams picked TCU over Arkansas and SMU. The long-time Arkansas commit opened up his options when the Razorbacks fired head coach Chad Morris. Meanwhile, TCU’s Malcolm Kelly built a strong relationship with Williams, eventually winning his commitment and signature.

Savion is the fourth wide receiver to commit to this class for TCU, joining Quentin Johnson, Caleb Medford, and Blake Nowell.

Standing at 6-foot-4, Williams is also the third receiver in this class to be at least that height, with Medford being the only one shorter (6-foot-2). This is the tall receivers class TCU fans had been pining for since the departure of Josh Doctson.

Williams ratings are all over the place. According to the 247 Sports Composite rankings, Williams is a strong 3-star recruit rated as the No. 58 player in Texas and the No. 72 receiver in the nation. If you switch to 247 Sports’ personal rankings, he jumps to a 4-star and the No. 27 player in Texas (No. 28 receiver in class).

Beyond Arkansas, SMU, and TCU, Williams also held offers from Texas, Virginia, Baylor, Ole Miss, Missouri, Memphis, and a slew of others.

With the addition of Williams, TCU now has the No. 28 class in the country, and the No. 3 class in the Big 12.

Welcome to the Frog Fam, Savion!