The 6-foot, 175-pounder first impressed the TCU staff at its satellite camp in Plano, Texas in June. When invited to compete on campus Friday, the Frogs' second major mini-camp this summer, Duhon did not hesitate.
As HornedFrogBlitz's Jeremy Clark reported, "Duhon didn't test as well as he'd hoped, running a 4.5 forty (Ran a 4.42 at the Plano camp), but he still displayed excellent route running ability and caught the ball very well. He worked out at both slot and outside receiver for the Frogs, but he prefers the slot."
He certainly has made his place on TCU's radar this fall as they continue to follow and evaluate receivers.
It's worth noting that Duhon recently garnered co-MVP honors with quarterback Ryan Agnew at this month's Texas State 7v7 Championships in helping lead the Dragons to the title.