The offers from the Horned Frogs and Red Raiders are just a start of what's to come for the 6-foot-5, 280-pound tackle.
With offers coming earlier than ever, Dyer said it was still an amazing feeling to already receive two offers this early in the process.
"I talked with TCU on Tuesday and Texas Tech on Wednesday," he said. "It was amazing (to receive the offers)."
TCU co-offensive coordinator Rusty Burns visited Horn last Tuesday and it wasn't long after the coach saw Dyer in action that an offer was extended.
"Coach Burns told me that they are definitely giving an offer to me," he said. "To be honest, I don't know a lot about the football program. I plan on going to one of their summer camps."
According to Dyer, on Wednesday Texas Tech safeties coach Trey Haverty made a visit to his school and also extended an offer.
"He wants to get the head coach down to my school," he said. "I don't know anything about Tech right now."
TCU and Texas Tech aren't the only Big 12 programs in the hunt for Dyer; Oklahoma and Texas are additional programs showing strong interest early on.
"I'd say Oklahoma and Texas," Dyer said of other schools showing strong interest. "I've talked to both of those schools and have been to both. I think they are both great schools. I went to Texas' sophomore day and I just did an unofficial visit to Oklahoma's spring campus. Texas said they would definitely need to see me work before they could consider offering me."
Dyer is wide open with the process and currently favors no one in particular.
"I'm keeping everything open," Dyer finished.