Four 2014 signal callers will attend TCU's junior day on Saturday and the questions on everyone's mind is who gets an offer and if anyone does, who commits?
TCU has yet to offer a quarterback for their 2014 class but one should surely happen on Saturday. If it's anything like the 2012 class, when TCU offered five quarterbacks early on, multiple players could receive an offer. The players vying for that offer have all been on the Frogs radar for at least a year and each possess a good case to why they should be offered.
2012 stats: 1,444 yards, 17 TD passing; 721 yards, 6 TD rushing (10 games)
Muehlstein doesn't hold an offer to date, but the 6-4, 205-pounder with legit 4.5 speed is drawing very strong interest from the likes of LSU, Alabama, Kansas State, Rutgers, Baylor, Tennessee, Oklahoma State and TCU to name just a few. Muehlstein's blend of size and speed gives him a unique advantage over the competition as there aren't many quarterbacks his size, with his speed and the ability to launch a football nearly 70 yards. Muehlstein was very impressive at a Frogs summer camp last year, going head to head with the nation's top quarterback; Jerrod Heard. Muehlstein's ability is a perfect fit for TCU's offense which relies on the quarterback's legs nearly as much as his arm.
Key factors: Muehlstein has visited TCU multiple times and may want to stay close to home.