The TCU Horned Frogs went into the state of Louisiana to get their two latest commitments.
Dutchtown High School (Geismar, Louisiana) teammates Corey McBride and Torrance Mosley committed to TCU on Sunday night.
Andrew Lopez of NOLA.com and The Times-Picayune has the scoop.
After being dropped by Arkansas last week, the Dutchtown duo of Torrance Mosley and Corey McBride has found a new home.
Griffins Coach Benny Saia announced on Twitter Sunday morning that both Mosley and McBride committed to TCU.
Both players officially visited TCU over the weekend.
The 6’0, 175-pound McBride is considered a three-star prospect. According to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings, he is the 104th best wide receiver prospect, the 28th best prospect in Louisiana and the 790th best overall prospect in the class of 2014.
He chose TCU over offers from Arkansas and several in-state schools, like Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayette and Louisiana-Monroe, among others.
The 5’10, 165-pound Mosley also projects as a wide receiver, but is considered an athlete by most recruiting services. He is considered the 79th best athlete, 38th best prospect in the state and 1,040th best overall prospect in the class of 2014.
He chose TCU over Arkansas, Arizona State, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayette and Louisiana-Monroe, among others.
They become the 20th and 21st commitments for TCU.