"I'll be coming down there next weekend" said Polite-Bray. "I've checked it out online and I want to see what the campus is like when I get there."
"I want to talk to the coaches and the players there and see what it's like before I make any decisions."
Although he was somewhat of an unknown early on in the process, Polite-Bray has exploded onto the scene with a handful of impressive offers after a big senior season. Holding offers from Ole Miss, Tennessee, TCU, Louisville, Utah and Wake Forest, Polite-Bray will have the opportunity to make a splash with a big time program at the next level.
With former Lithonia, Ga. and King High School teammate Jordan Moore having already played a season at TCU, Polite-Bray knows a little about what to expect in Ft. Worth. The talented receiver says Moore has been a good sounding board for him during the process.
"Oh yeah, I talk to Jordan Moore often" he said. "He tells me it's a wonderful place and he says that I would have a great opportunity there."
While Polite-Bray maintains that he's still open, a great visit to TCU could put the Frogs in perfect position to land the playmaking athlete.
"The main thing I'm looking for is a University that will use me to the best of my abilities" said Polite-Bray. "The TCU coaches said they knew I was a return man too so we'll see how it goes."
There's no doubt that next weekend is a huge recruiting weekend for TCU. The Frogs would love to land both Polite-Bray and Joshua Outlaw along with the other highly touted recruits that will be in hand. Will the talented receiver fall in love with Ft. Worth like Jordan Moore did just a year ago? Stay logged on to HornedFrogBlitz.com to find out.