By David Beaudin
Frogs Today staff writer
TCU football hosted some key 2024 recruits on Wednesday night, as men’s hoops held on to their lead to beat Texas, 75-73.
Sonny Dykes and his staff are hoping they can hold on to the momentum they have built and maintained since their arrival — through a national championship run and top 20 recruiting class for 2023.
Much like many college football programs, a lot of the talk has been around who the Frogs will take at quarterback for next year’s class. While the buzz at this position is true everywhere, as quarterback is clearly the marquee position, special attention is given to the Frogs signal caller because of recent history.
The Frogs had multiple swings and misses with transfer quarterbacks and recently saw their sole 2024 commitment, quarterback Marcos Davila from Midland Legacy, open his recruiting back up with a decommitment.
While TCU will likely add another quarterback to their roster between May 1 – 15, the next opening for portal quarterbacks to sign, they do need to lock in a quality quarterback or two, for the class of 2024.
Two of those possibilities were in attendance on Wednesday evening and both were in a short car ride to the arena.