While Saturday’s matchup between TCU and Oklahoma has lost some of the luster, it’s still a big recruiting weekend in Fort Worth. Recruits targeted the contest in the offseason as potential top ten matchup.
So who will be hanging around Funkytown?
Here are a few of the highlights.
An Oklahoma commit, Reagor put himself in soft verbal status by scheduling a visit to TCU. Now some might look at the situation and say he’s only visiting because it is a free way to see the Sooners. Rumors regarding Reagor’s commitment status were out there before the trip was announced. The senior from Waxahachie has 33 catches for 635 yards and nine touchdowns so far this season.
Just 2018 prospects, the Moore twins from Yoakum high school (Tex.) are both four-star players and each have 20+ offers – with many of the same schools hoping to land the pair. This includes TCU, who have already hosted the pair unofficially once before.
Another 2018 prospect, the Louisiana prep wide receiver is currently the nation’s No. 2 junior receiver. Sporting an offer list where he basically can go anywhere he wants, Marshall is a tall wide receiver that also sports elite explosion. Corners have a hard time keeping Marshall in front of them, which is even more of a problem when taking his size into account.
The pair of 2018 prospects from Union high school in Tulsa are both sporting TCU offers, with Fields also having an offer from the Sooners.
“I want to look at the differences between the defenses, in terms of how they let their defensive backs play,” said Fields.
So who else is expected in town? These are some names Horned Frog Insider has confirmed – including a pair of commitments.
The Frogs have seven commitments in the 2017 class and with a senior class of nine scholarship players, TCU’s class size will be small come February, likely 15 or less.