TCU opened their 2014 season last Saturday with a convincing 48-14 rout over visiting Samford. The Frogs new up-tempo offense amassed 555 total yards on 96 plays from scrimmage, which was the highest offensive output since totaling 558 against Utah in 2010.
TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin also set a career-high with 29 completions on the night while throwing for 321 yards. All eyes were on the Frogs’ new offense from eager fans to incoming recruits. None may have paid more attention than a future TCU quarterback; Brennen Wooten.
Wooten was on hand to watch the Frogs’ new offense and was pleased with what he saw.
“(The offense) looked very good,” he said. “I liked the tempo and the mix of run and pass. All around it was a good night.”
In addition to the performance from the offense, Wooten also liked what he saw from the fans at the game, saying it was a great atmosphere.
“I thought it was a great atmosphere and fans were excited about Horned Frog football,” Wooten said.
The 2014 season began for Wooten the night before as he and his Marble Falls teammates took on rival Burnet. Although his team ended up on the losing end, 51-45, Wooten had a stellar performance by throwing for 463 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Wooten is a four-star prospect by Scout.com and nation’s No. 15 rated quarterback prospect for the 2016 class.