Shortly after landing commitment No. 18 and 19 for their 2014 class with Trey Elliott and Ridwan Issahaku, the Frogs landed their fourth commit for their 2015 class from one of the top receivers in the country; Mesquite Horn receiver Jarrison Stewart.
Stewart has held a TCU offer since July after an impressive camp performance. On Sunday, Stewart felt the time was right to commit to the Horned Frogs. As a receiver, Stewart said the Frogs' change in offensive philosophy was the biggest reason he chose the Frogs.
"With the new offensive coordinator, I fit right in," Stewart said. "(Another) reason was just the feeling of feeling like TCU is my home."
With TCU's distance from Mesquite a little over an hour away, did proximity play a role in his decision?
"No, it really didn't," Stewart said.
Ranked as the nation's No. 57 receiver prospect by Scout.com for the 2015 class, the news of Stewart committing was exciting for TCU's head coach Gary Patterson and the rest of his coaching staff.
"He was real happy," he said of Patterson. "So were all of the other coaches."
Stewart also held an offer from SMU while receiving interest from several others. He caught 45 passes for 774 yards and 6 touchdowns in 2013.