Louisiana prospects visit TCU

Woodlawn-Shreveport four-star defensive tackle T.D. Moton was one of several Louisiana players who made their way to the TCU campus following the Dallas NFTC. More details inside...

Nearly a half-dozen Louisiana prospects made a stop at TCU before heading home following the Dallas NFTC.

2015 three-star defensive tackle Kameron Eloph and 2016 cornerback C.J. Morgan (several offers) - both from Parkway - visited the Frogs for the second time in a few weeks.

They were joined by Huntington athlete Aaron Roberson, a Louisiana Tech pledge, as well as Woodlawn four-star DT T.D. Moton and his teammate, three-star defensive back Henry Black.

"TCU offered T.D. a while back," said Courtney Walker, Morgan's father. "They're evaluating Henry. Aaron got there a little later than we did, as he and his mom stopped to eat first."

What happened during the visit?

"Aaron's mom said he enjoyed the visit," Walker said. "T.D. loved it. He said, 'Hey man, I could see myself playing there,' and Henry did too.

"They got a tour of the facilities and the kids were really impressed. TCU is already a big-time program, and they're about to become even more big-time by joining the Big 12."

Walker discussed the reaction to the visit in more detail.

"The kids mentioned how it's only three hours away from home," he said. "Everybody got a good vibe from the coaches, and I like TCU better and better every time I go there.

"They're on the fence (with an offer) with Kameron. They want to evaluate him more. Same thing with Henry although they like his size. The coaches met us in the parking lot when we arrived, and the cornerbacks coach went straight to C.J. The kids loved it and TCU is going to continue hitting Louisiana hard."

Walker discussed the Dallas NFTC.

"It was so cold for this time of year that it was frustrating for the players," he said. "Dylan Moses put up a 120-point SPARQ rating in New Orleans a few weeks ago, and he only managed around 98 this time.

"Kameron did good but was out of his element at guard. T.D. did okay. Henry did really good in one-on-one's. Connor Curry did well, George Lea did really good and Kendal Franklin did really good. I saw Dillon one time and while he looked good, I could tell he wasn't enjoying the weather."

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