TCU men’s basketball inked two members of its Class of 2023 earlier this week, with the program announcing the signings of four-star recruit Jace Posey and three-star recruit Isaiah Manning. TCU has the No. 47 overall recruiting class according to 247Sports.
Jace Posey is the son of former NBA athlete James Posey as well as current top-100 prospect according to 247Sports. The four-star forward committed to the Horned Frogs and head coach Jamie Dixon in early September before signing his letter earlier this week.
Jace Posey from Houston is also a 3-star basketball player with offers from TCU, A&M and Vanderbilt. https://t.co/24oHjXmRYy— Fort Worth Star-Telegram (@startelegram) May 14, 2022
The 6-foot-4, 175-pound wing player out of Strake Jesuit College Prep had offers from Arizona State, Miami (FL), Memphis and Texas A&M. Posey becomes the fifth-highest ranked prospect to choose TCU behind Blake Adams, Jaylen Fisher, Karviar Shepherd and P.J. Fuller.
Manning will arrive at TCU as a three-star recruit who received offers from Alabama, Arizona State, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, SMU and Texas A&M. The 6-foot-7, 200-pound forward from Mansfield Legacy ranks as a top-50 power forward nationally and a top-20 power forward in Texas. Manning revealed his commitment to the Horned Frogs in early July.
That relationship with social media goes the other way, too. Mansfield Legacy forward & TCU commit Isaiah Manning (@thezay2k) said TCU's social media presence was "a little bit of a factor" when he selected the Horned Frogs: https://t.co/nM20jsAglR— Fort Worth Star-Telegram (@startelegram) September 2, 2022