The Frogs have already held two junior days, their first landed them four commitments back on January 26th.
Historically, the Frogs have hosted just over a handful of prospects to select junior days under Gary Patterson. However, in the two events held so far, just over 50 prospects from the 2015 class have visited the Ft. Worth campus.
Among the prospects who have visited TCU is Coppell, TX offensive line prospect Connor Williams. Williams is impressed with everything TCU has to offer.
"TCU has a great campus and is a strong academic school, the campus and facilities were very impressive," Williams said of his visit.
Speaking of offers, Williams received an offer from the Frogs shortly after his visit to TCU. The 6-foot-4, 255-pounder played tight end as a junior for the Cowboys but is receiving most of his recruiting interest as an offensive lineman. That's where the Frogs see him fitting in the best as well.
"TCU is a great school and a great opportunity to receive an offer from," he said. "They will definitely be a choice in where I decide to go to school."
Prior to his visit, Williams already knew plenty about the Frogs program and their commitment to education.
"I knew TCU had a great football program along with a great school with a good reputation," he said.
At the moment, Williams holds two offers. He plans to visit two schools in the coming weeks on unofficial visits.