TCU football added 13 recruits to the Class of 2021 during the Early Signing Period. Among them are four-star prospects Ahmonte Watkins, Sam Jackson, Chris Murray, Landyn Watson and Quincy Brown. The Horned Frogs also secured multiple transfers in former California signee D.J. Rogers, Memphis offensive tackle Obinna Eze, Oklahoma QB Chandler Morris and UCF defensive tackle Kenny Turnier.
With National Signing Day scheduled for Feb. 3, what areas of need remain for the Horned Frogs? Let’s examine where TCU could add more depth to the Class of 2021 next month.
TCU commit Noah Bolticoff has played LT in HS but is projected as guard by 247Sports. Says Bolticoff: “I just like playing the game. Wherever they need me and if they teach me how to play it, I’ll go play it.”https://t.co/hIV7TyhQDG— Drew Davison (@drewdavison) June 27, 2020
Three-star prospect Noah Bolticoff is currently the only offensive lineman committed to the Horned Frogs. TCU currently has an offer out on Snow College product Jordan Moko, the No. 1 ranked JUCO tackle in the Class of 2021. A four-star prospect, Moko could come from the same school as TCU defensive end Parker Workman, who played at Snow in 2018. The 6-foot-5, 300-pounder has offers from Oregon, Iowa State, Baylor and Utah.
Chase Jackson's (@ChaseJackson24) journey from @YellowjacketsFB to TCU was anything but normal, but it helped Jackson grow into one of the state's best wide receivers. #OKPreps https://t.co/eYGUxkeWbk— Cameron Jourdan (@Cam_Jourdan) December 16, 2020
After losing four wide receivers to the transfer portal this fall, look for the Horned Frogs to add one or two more pass catchers next month. Among the unsigned prospects TCU has offered is four-star Keon Coleman, who also has offers from Auburn, Texas, Baylor and Arizona. The Horned Frogs added three wide receivers during Early Signing Period including Brown and three-star prospects T.J. Steele and Chase Jackson.
Mansfield Lake Ridge 3-star CB Marvin Covington signs with @TCUFootball. He didn’t receive his first FBS offer until Oct. 26 but chose TCU over Baylor, Texas Tech, Houston and Mississippi State.— Greg Riddle (@DMNGregRiddle) December 16, 2020
He has run a 10.84 100 in track.#txhsfb @SportsDayHS @LakeRidgeFB @Lake_RidgeTrack pic.twitter.com/4jMyQa44H2
With Tre’von Moehrig and Ar’Darius Washington declaring for the NFL Draft, TCU will have a lot of youth to develop in the secondary. Additionally, one has to wonder what another strong season could mean for the draft stock of cornerbacks Noah Daniels and Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson. TCU has currently added two secondary prospects in the Class of 2021 including three-star corner Marvin Covington and three-star safety De’Veaun Armstead.