An incredible recruiting run continued for the TCU football team Monday evening, with former Texas A&M offensive lineman Remington Strickland announcing his commitment to the Horned Frogs in a social media post. Strickland becomes the fifth offensive lineman added through the transfer portal this offseason, following Louisiana Tech’s Carson Bruno, San Diego State’s Cade Bennett, Florida State’s Bless Harris and North Texas lineman Howard Sampson. TCU also has six high school commits on the offensive line for 2024.
Strickland spent three seasons at Texas A&M, appearing in seven games during the 2023 season after playing two games during the 2022 season. The 6-foot-4, 300-pounder from Sugar Land, Texas was a three-star recruit in high school and will now look to carve out a role on the offensive line for TCU in 2024. The Horned Frogs are losing four starting linemen including tackles Andrew Coker and Brandon Coleman as well as guard Willis Patrick and center John Lanz. Strickland is currently rostered as a redshirt sophomore.