TCU senior offensive tackle Andrew Coker has reportedly accepted an invitation to compete at the 2024 East-West Shrine Bowl, which features some of the best upperclassman football players in the country. The annual event serves as a showcase for the upcoming 2024 NFL Draft, where several Horned Frogs including Coker will hope to hear their names called. Coker is one of two TCU players who will compete in the Shrine Bowl, as senior strong safety Mark Perry has also accepted an invitation to participate in the showcase event.
Staying in Texas!— East-West Shrine Bowl (@ShrineBowl) January 4, 2024
OT Andrew Coker (@ACoker74) from @TCUFootball has officially accepted his invitation to play in the 2024 East-West @ShrineBowl!#GoFrogs | #ShrineBowlBound | #ShrineBowlWhosNext | pic.twitter.com/JXa30IOWcg
Coker concluded his TCU career as an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention over each of his last two seasons. Coker spent five seasons with the Horned Frogs, becoming a starting right tackle during his redshirt freshman season in 2020. Coker appeared in 48 games with over 40 starts at TCU, earning most of his starts at the right tackle position. The 6-foot-7, 315-pounder from Katy, Texas was a former three-star recruit who signed with the Horned Frogs over several Power 5 schools including Florida, Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M.