With 14 commitments in the fold for the Frogs' 2013 class, we at HornedFrogBlitz.com take a look at what position needs are left for the class and some key guys on the radar. With an expected class of around 20 signees, the Frogs have their eyes on some of the top prospects in the country.
The big 2013 needs consisted of: (4) offensive lineman, (2) tight ends, (4) linebackers, (2) running backs, (2) cornerbacks, (3) defensive linemen, (1) safety, (2) receivers and (1) quarterback.
It's likely six spots now remain, so where are the Frogs biggest needs at the moment? HFB.com takes a look at each position.
Reported offers extended (total): 7
Pictured: Josh Outlaw (four-star and No. 13 OG in the country)
Notable: The Frogs entered the season with big needs along the offensive line with the off-season losses of Ty Horn, Nykiren Wellington and Carter Wall. Now, James Dunbar's return to the team is questionable. The Frogs have landed three commitments so far and word is they'd like to add at least one, maybe two more. Josh Outlaw opening things back up could get very interesting. The Georgia native was one of the first linemen offered by the Frogs and with former high school teammate Jordan Moore on the Frogs' roster, TCU has a legitimate shot. The Frogs will make a major push for Outlaw's services. The Frogs have offers out to Caleb Benonoch and Joas Aguilar at the moment. Benenoch is said to be leaning heavily to Texas while Aguilar is currently committed to Texas A&M. Minnesota commit Alex Mayes, a TCU legacy is a fall evaluation as is Houston Stratford mammoth tackle Christian Daimler. Zack Zeimar out of Lakeville, Minnesota visited a Frogs practice last week.