Could the Frogs land another highly coveted transfer prospect?
TCU is in good shape here. I’ve been told that he has spoke with TCU today and the Frogs definitely have an interest. The big movers in this is the fact Zach and Keeyon are on campus. Many people look at how TCU has been with Zach and said it’s opened some eyes.
Yes, yes they should.
With a massive hole at right tackle, Alijah Vera-Tucker and Teven Jenkins are possible plug-and-play solutions in the middle of Round 1.
However, if the Raiders go defense at that pick, they will have plenty of options. Recent mocks have the Raiders selecting Micah Parsons, Kwity Paye and of course, Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah. But one name that isn’t being mocked enough to the Raiders is safety Trevon Moehrig from TCU.
Moehrig is the top safety in the class and would fill a massive need for the Raiders. He can play free safety and is one of the most sure-tacklers in the draft.
We spoke with Yazmeen Ryan and Coach Bell Wednesday: this is a confident group that is playing well.
“She definitely gives us a lot of confidence in the back,” Bell said. “She’s an outstanding shot stopper and makes some big-time saves. She does the routine stuff as well. Having her experience with the Mexican national team has helped us and her. She’s a big confidence boost for the rest of the group knowing that you have to do something really spectacular to get one by her.”
On the offensive end, Bell would put his front three of Yazmeen Ryan, Messiah Bright and Grace Collins up against anyone. Ryan has a team-leading seven goals followed by Collins’ six and Bright’s three.
“It’s as dynamic as a three-front that is out there in the country,” Bell said. “They’ve all improved themselves to be elite-level forwards. You can’t really focus on one. We’re blessed to have them all, all playing at a high level right now. Hopefully that continues. They’re confident and they’re scoring goals.