Multiple transfer prospects visit TCU ahead of CFP National Championship

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By Jamie Plunkett
Frogs Today staff writer


TCU is in the middle of preparing for the College Football Playoff National Championship against Georgia, but the Horned Frogs are still hard at work on the recruiting trail.

They are currently hosting six transfer prospects on official visits, all of whom play positions TCU is looking to add experience to in 2023.

The Frogs have already added four players from the transfer portal, all from the SEC.

Florida defensive back Avery Helm became the first transfer to announce his commitment to TCU, doing so on Dec. 16. Shortly after Helm made his announcement, Aledo native JoJo Earle announced his commitment to TCU.

LSU tight end Jack Bech committed the next day, with Alabama offensive lineman Tommy Brockermeyer committing in an interview with Frogs Today two days later.

TCU still has several positions of need heading into next season, including running back, wide receiver and in the trenches, and the recruits who are on campus this week address those positions.

All six prospects are on campus Thursday morning, touring facilities and watching the team practice and prepare for the national championship game. All six will have individual meetings with TCU coach Sonny Dykes as well.

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