TCU on Top for Somerville
TCU hosted a ton of top recruits for their game against Texas Tech on Saturday and they witnessed history as the Frogs routed the Red Raiders; 82-27. The Frogs set a school-record for total yards (785) and points in the win. Among the recruits that walked away impressed was 2016 four-star defensive back KeShawn Somerville. It was already the second visit for the Pflugerville Hendrickson product to a TCU game this season. “I thought was full of positive energy and excitement which lead into a great win over (Texas) Tech,” he said. Like many others across the nation, the 82 points scored by the Frogs came as a big surprise to Somerville. “I wasn't expecting a blowout game like that. I knew TCU was going to come out on top, but not with 82 points on the scoreboard.” Visiting TCU has become a common occurrence for Somerville. As previously mentioned, he’s already visited twice but missed one opportunity. “This is my second (visit), I was supposed to come back up there when they played Oklahoma but I had problems getting up there,” he said. With a few visits to TCU already, Somerville is doing some thinking. Considered a soft commit to Baylor, Somerville says TCU is the team at the top at the moment. “TCU is on the top, they’re showing the most love no doubt, especially Coach P (Patterson),” Somerville said. “Actually the whole team, staff members and a lot of fans (are showing interest) as well. (I’m) well-loved and known there.”
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