Bolisomi Chooses TCU!

TCU added a big time commitment on Monday night as Denton (TX) Ryan offensive lineman David Bolisomi committed to the Frogs.

Just two months ago, Denton (TX) Ryan offensive lineman David Bolisomi held just two offers; both of those from FCS programs.

As of last week, Bolisomi had become one of the hottest targets in the Midlands Region picking up offers from Arizona State, TCU, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech in a span of 24 hours.

On Monday, the 6-foot-6, 290-pounder ended his recruitment as he decided to commit to TCU after visiting the campus Monday afternoon with his mother. Just two months after wondering if he would be playing major college football, he’s committed to a Big 12 program that is ranked No. 4 in the country.

“I feel great and blessed, without God’s blessing I wouldn’t be here right now. I worked hard all summer too. I’m very excited,” Bolisomi said of his commitment. “It’s awesome; I’m ready.”

Bolisomi told HornedFrogBlitz.com nearly two weeks ago that if the Frogs offered, it would be hard to turn them down. The big lineman admitted he nearly committed when the Frogs offered last week. After taking some advice from his mother, he decided to look over his new options. But, his thoughts on TCU didn’t change.

“My mom just told me not to rush into things so I just waited it out,” Bolisomi said. “But, it didn’t ever change.”

After visiting with the coaches in person, Bolisomi decided to give them the good news of his commitment.

“They were very excited,” he said laughing. “I feel that Coach (Sonny) Cumbie was the most excited; he was ready.”

Bolisomi says there were multiple reasons why he chose TCU over the others.

“First off, they were really the first team to put their trust in me and I really like the place; it’s familiar to home. I also think Coach (Jarrett) Anderson is a great coach and TCU is a great program,” he said. “Coach Patterson has been there a lot of years and that’s good; there were a bunch of factors.”

At the moment Bolisomi is unsure if he’ll play left or right tackle, but he’ll play anywhere along the line as long as he plays.

“They didn’t tell me which side, but I’m going to play tackle; I’m ready,” he said. “But, if they want me to play center I’ll play center; it doesn’t matter.”

With his recruiting process over, Bolisomi says he will not be making any additional visits. He becomes the Frogs' 18th commitment of their 2015 class.


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