On Friday, three star wide receiver Isaiah Graham announced that he will enroll at TCU next semester.
According to his Scout profile, Graham is stands 6 feet tall and weighs 176 pounds. He is ranked as the 87th best wide receiver in the class of 2016 and as the sixth best prospect in Louisiana.
During the Bastrop High School standout's recruiting process, he received more than 20 offers from FBS schools, including: Tennessee, South Carolina, Miami, Arizona State, Arkansas, Texas Tech, Nebraska and California.
Graham is a wide receiver with skill set to play either outside or inside. He has good speed and hands, but needs to work on his blocking ability. He seems like a guy who can really fit nicely in TCU's air raid offense, especially since starters Josh Doctson and Kolby Listenbee are leaving after this season. He finished his junior year at Bastrop with 48 catches for 1,138 yards and 20 touchdowns.
"They are losing quite a few receivers after this year," Graham told NOLA.com. "I feel like I can go there in December, put in the work necessary, and contribute early."
Graham's pledge gives TCU 17 commitments and six athletes/wide receivers in its 2016 recruiting class.