TCU the next visit for Outlaw
TCU is hosting yet another big list of official visitors this weekend and among the talented bunch of 2013 prospects is Lithonia (GA) Martin Luther King offensive lineman Josh Outlaw. Originally a commit to Florida, the 6-foot-4, 285-pounder reopened his recruitment in August and since that time a number of high profile programs have been chasing him for his services. Among those programs is TCU, who Outlaw will visit this weekend along with teammate DeMarquis Polite-Bray. The Frogs have showed strong interest in Outlaw from the very beginning of his recruitment with Rusty Burns leading the charge. Outlaw says he and Burns' relationship is a strong one and wants it known that the interest the Frogs are showing is definitely mutual. "I've been showing a lot of interest in them also, I'm pretty high on TCU," Outlaw said. TCU landed two high profile players from the Peach State as part of their 2012 class with one being Outlaw's former high school teammate; Jordan Moore. Outlaw says he and Moore talk quite a bit about TCU and is intrigued knowing he can be instrumental in starting a pipeline to his school. "I ask him a lot about TCU and he still loves it and with talking to Coach Burns the interest is definitely picking up a bit," he said. "They're also looking at DeMarquiz Polite and they're definitely high on our radar; possibly we can get a pipeline to TCU from MLK." Outlaw will visit TCU this weekend but beyond that he hasn't set any other visits in the weekends to follow. "I'm just working as I go so I don't know which other school I'll be taking an official to," he said. While his words about TCU speak volumes, he's not ready to name the Frogs a clear cut leader just yet. "I'm definitely still even keel, I don't know any favorites, I'm just looking for the best place on these visits that will put me in the mindset for the best situation," Outlaw said. Could TCU be the best situation? HornedFrogBlitz.com will keep you posted on the latest!