Collier Reports TCU Offer

Munday, Texas defensive end L.J. Collier will visit TCU this weekend.

The Dead Period for college coaches ended on Thursday and that meant one thing; time to hit the recruiting trail. For TCU, coaches were spread across the state checking up on some of the top prospects from the 2015 class and some targets for the remaining spots in the 2014 class.

Among the players TCU visited on Thursday was Munday, Texas defensive end L.J. Collier. Sonny Cumbie and Gary Patterson met with the Texas Tech commit. Cumbie recruited Collier while he was a coach for Texas Tech and Thursday marked the first time he had met Patterson.

Collier was impressed with the Frogs head coach.

"Meeting coach P (Patterson) was enough, he knows what he wants," he said. "He's going to ask for your very best."

Before the two coaches left Munday, they let him know that he had been offered. Collier admitted he was speechless upon hearing the news.

"I was just excited, I didn't really have words; just happy," Collier said.

Collier will visit TCU this weekend for an official visit. If the visit goes well enough, he could be the next member of the Frogs' 2014 class. Although he doesn't know much about the Frogs just yet, he's happy that he has the opportunity to play for them if he chooses to do so.

"I haven't seen much of TCU, but they took a chance on me when they didn't have to," he finished.

Collier is a three-star prospect on Scout.com and ranked as the No. 72 defensive end in the nation.


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