Among the many talented linemen in attendance was 2014 prospect Demetrius Knox. The left tackle out of FW All Saints already has a very impressive list of offers from Alabama, Michigan, Ohio State, Baylor, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and Texas Tech. On Friday, he added yet another Big 12 offer when the Horned Frogs verbally offered.
"It's great, although I have other offers TCU is very high on my list right now," he said.
It's no secret that FW All Saints patterns it's program after TCU. Coaches tell you about it and their players certainly recognize it which is a big reason why TCU is a school Knox likes early on.
"It's absolutely just like my high school right now, everything about it," he said. "I love my high school, everything about it, and we base our entire school off TCU."
Knox said he learned quite a bit from the coaching he received on Friday and like others in attendance, he took notice of the talented group of players around him.
"It's great, I think I improved on my pass blocking quite a bit today," he said. "There were a lot of good offensive linemen out there today."
Now with nine offers and still nearly two years to go through the process, Knox says he's grateful of the opportunities he's receiving but for now his main focus is bringing home a state championship for his school.
"It's a beautiful feeling, I'm really grateful and everything but I really don't want to think about it," he said. "I just want to worry about winning a state championship this year."
Knox will camp at Texas on Sunday and take an unofficial visit to Baylor on his return trip to Ft. Worth.