Chances of Five Remaining Targets Committing

HornedFrogInsider takes a look at five of the top targets remaining on TCU's board....

Tyrie Cleveland, Houston Westfield, 6-2.5 189

At almost 6-3 and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.32 seconds, Cleveland tops the list for most important recruits left on the table. TCU is believed by many to be the leader but look for Texas A&M, who he visited earlier this month, and hometown Houston not to go down without a fight. Chances: 85%

Justin Madubuike, McKinney, 6-4 240
The top defensive end in Texas certainly has no shortage of offers. The battle for the 2014 District 10-5A Defensive MVP could come down to TCU, Texas A&M and Baylor. Chances: 55%

Isaac Nauta, Bradenton (FL), 6-4 240
Nauta spent some time on campus this summer and shortly after he de-committed from Florida State. The buzz surrounding that had him leaning towards TCU but that may not be the case. TCU is though, on his early list for official visits in the fall. Biggest competition for the Frogs on this one will be Georgia, Michigan and FSU. Chances: 50%

Dontavious Jackson, Alief Elsik, 6-1.5 237
This one will have fans on the edge of their seats for a while. Jackson announced earlier this month via social media that he plans on announcing on National Signing Day, which falls on February 3, 2016. Texas appears to be the leader and that shouldn’t change until NSD. Chances: 10%

Stephen Sullivan, Donaldsonville (LA), 6-5 230
Another big bodied receiver on the board. Sullivan de-committed from LSU. TCU has been in the hunt for a long time and while committed to LSU, Sullivan still viewed it as 50/50 between the Tigers and TCU. This one is far from over, but the Horned Frogs chances for Louisiana’s top wide receiver is a good one. Chances: 90%

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