TCU football’s transfer class for the offseason now stands at 20 player after a commitment came through from former Miami offensive lineman Lucas Vargas-Diaz. It’s the sixth pledge of the day for the Horned Frogs, who’ve added five defensive backs already. Vargas-Diaz hails from Bogota, Colombia and spent one season with the Hurricanes. The 6-foot-2, 265-pounder played his high school football at Fort Bend Christian Academy in Texas.
Vargas-Diaz becomes the fifth offensive lineman in the 2024 transfer class for the Horned Frogs, who already have commitments from Louisiana Tech’s Carson Bruno as well as Florida State’s Bless Harris, San Diego State’s Cade Bennett and Texas A&M’s Remington Strickland. TCU previously had a commitment from former North Texas offensive tackle Howard Sampson, but the 6-foot-8 lineman has since flipped his pledge to North Carolina.