Recruiting rundown: Frogs lose one 2024 quarterback commitment and offer another

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By David Beaudin
Frogs Today staff writer 

As we head into the last week of February, we’re also entering the last week of the dead period. March 1 begins a “quiet period,” and the nuances of these recruiting periods can be found in Frogs Today’s look at the recruiting calendar.

Regardless of the dead period, offers can still be made to prospective student-athletes, as long as they’re made over the phone. The dead period does not allow for any in-person contact — on or off campus — during this time. 

TCU handed out several new offers over the last week, which you’ll find below, but first let’s take a look at who the Frogs lost.

While still early, TCU did hold one commitment for the 2024 class — Midland Legacy quarterback Marco Davila. However, that verbal commitment was retracted on Wednesday by Davila via Twitter.

“I want to thank @CoachSonnyDykes, @CoachGRiley and @MTommerdahl for recruiting me at TCU. College football changes fast and relationships matter, so I feel it’s best for me to re-open my recruitment,” he tweeted.

TCU offered a slew of 2024 quarterbacks recently, upon the arrival of new offensive coordinator Kendal Briles, Frogs Today looked at those names in our ‘Recruiting Rundown’ right after the latest signing day.

This transition makes sense, as Briles has historically favored quarterbacks with speed, who can consistently make plays with their legs, and can also contribute in the power run game when need be.

The latest of this history is Arkansas quarterback KJ Jefferson, who rushed for 1194 yards over the last two seasons under Briles.

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