Hicks makes the switch

TCU landed their first four-star commitment for the 2013 class on Monday when longtime Texas Longhorn commit Kyle Hicks switched to TCU.

The TCU Horned Frogs added a huge commitment Monday afternoon when Arlington (TX) Martin runningback Kyle Hicks switched his commitment from Texas.

"I can't believe I just decommitted from the University of Texas," he said. "Relieved [though]. Devonte's (Fields) is doing big things as a freshman there. He said I could too. He's like my brother. I'm excited to play with him again."

Hicks was originally offered back in February but decided to commit to the Longhorns. Ranked as the No. 18 runningback prospect in the country, Hicks fills a big need for the Frogs who were looking for a speed back to compliment the big back they already have committed in Alief Taylor's Trevorris Johnson.

Hicks was also in attendance as the Frogs took on Oklahoma on Saturday.

With his commitment, the Frogs now stand at fifteen commitments overall.

Hicks rushed for 1,114 yards and 22 touchdowns in 2012. He also split time at quarterback, throwing for 467 yards and 6 more scores.

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