Sizelove Impressed With TCU Visit

Argyle, Texas 2014 linebacker Sam Sizelove was one of several big name prospects who watched TCU beat Virginia, 27-7.

TCU hosted several big name prospects from the 2013 and 2014 classes last Saturday when they beat Virginia 27-7. Among the recruits in attendance was one of the top linebackers in the area; Argyle's Sam Sizelove.

The 6-foot-3, 220-pound 2014 prospect said he enjoyed his experience at TCU's game despite the hot conditions.

"It was a good experience," he said. "I thought they were physical all game and their d-line probably impressed me the most."

Prior to the game, Sizelove and other recruits had a chance to tour the facilities. The rising prospect was impressed with everything he saw, particularly the weight room.

"I really like the weight room, they gave us a good tour around campus and it was really impressive," Sizelove said.

When we last spoke with Sizelove, TCU had shown minimal interest. Sizelove said after speaking with his recruiter on Saturday, that he's definitely on the Frogs radar. Argyle has sent two players to TCU in recent classes; defensive tackle David Johnson and quarterback Austin Aune, who eventually signed with the New York Yankees.

"I talked to Coach Sharp and he said they were going to start watching my film a lot more because they need linebackers," he said. "We had a good conversation."

In 2011, the Eagles reached the class 3A state championship game, losing narrowly to Wimberly. This season Argyle is off to a 3-1 start, including last week's big win over Kennedale, 44-13. Sizelove set a school-record for tackles in a game with 21 to lead the effort.

"We slipped up in week 1 but we're a different team now," he said. "We totally rearranged our defense and everything and we're a lot more physical. Our quarterback has done well also."

Sizelove will visit Oklahoma State this Saturday to watch the Cowboys take on Texas. He also has plans to visit Texas Tech in a few weeks. Another school he hopes to see soon is Oklahoma, who he previously mentioned in another report as his favorite school growing up.

"I'm not sure when I'm going down there, we're still trying to figure that out," he finished.

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