TCU QB board/wishlist

A look at TCU's quarterback board at the moment for the 2018 class.

TCU currently has two commitments in the 2018 class, with two junior days in the books.

With a large senior class in 2017, the Frogs will likely have a decent size 2018 class.

Here is a look at the quarterback board.

This is not an official board for TCU, but more the feeling of Horned Frog Insider.

OFFERS: After taking two visits to Fort Worth, 2018 Bossier City (La.) Parkway high school quarterback Justin Rogers has TCU high on his list, with his top five coming out before spring.

The Frogs are in heavy competition for the junior, with teams like LSU, Houston, North Carolina, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Mississippi State and Missouri also vying for his services.

"He fits the mold," said Parkway head coach David Feaster. 

Rogers connected on 167-of-254 passing attempts in 2016, throwing for 3,021 yards and 31 touchdowns.

He helped lead Parkway to a 12-3 record. is currently projecting Rogers to TCU. TCU made an offer to the junior in early January, quickly joining a long list for the four-star prospect: Nebraska, Baylor, Utah, Oregon, Tennessee, Washington State, Duke, Texas Tech and Boise State. 

An Oregon decommitment after the coaching change, the 2018 prospect was the Idaho Gatorade Player of the Year. As a junior, he threw for 3,129 yards and 27 touchdowns to just six interceptions, completing nearly 68 percent of his throws.

“He can throw the ball with anybody,” Prep coach Shawn Amos told the Tacoma News Tribune. “He’s a great leader. He’s humble. He’s the complete package — one of the top 10 quarterbacks in the country.” 

NO OFFER…..  While TCU is likely taking things slow, liking their chances with Rogers, Mordecai seems like a logical next choice at the quarterback spot for an offer. He currently sports scholarship nods from Baylor, Ole Miss, Missouri, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma State among others.

Mordecai threw for 1,700 yards and rushed for another 700 in 2016 – finding the end zone a total of 24 touchdowns on the ground and thru the air. Amie is listed as an athlete on He currently boasts an offer from Bowling Green, but is on the radar for many schools. Amie was a TCU junior day attendee.

Amie ran for over 1,200 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2016, throwing for another 1,500 and 10 scores. Amie took over as Tyler Lee's starting QB in late September of his sophomore season (2015). In six-plus games, Amie accounted for 1,304 total yards of offense and 15 touchdowns. The dual-threat quarterback hit on 65 percent of his throws in 2016, throwing for 23 touchdowns and over 2,200 yards. He also ran for 1,361 yards. Iowa State is an early offer. Quite a few schools will likely get a good look at the junior this spring.

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