Gary Patterson and his staff have pieces together a rather impressive haul on the recruiting trail thus far.
To date, TCU’s seven-man class ranks No. 12 nationally and No. 2 in the Big 12. The latest to join the mix is Helotes (Texas) O’Connor offensive guard Brannon Brown, whom Rivals’ Nick Krueger named as one of the biggest post-National Signing Day commitments from a Texas prospect this cycle.
“Brown was another somewhat surprising commitment, as he simply made his announcement on a Tuesday night in early March with a tweet. The Horned Frogs have been loading up along the offensive line with five signees in 2018 and three early commitments so far in 2019.”
“Brown is a prospect that has captured the attention of a number of in-state programs, and could be a good fit for any interior position on the offensive line. He’s not exactly a punishing offensive lineman, per se, but does a fine job getting into his pass sets and also helps further establish a link to up-and-coming offensive line talent Logan Parr at Helotes-O’Connor.”
A 3-star prospect from the San Antonio area, Brown committed to TCU over offers from Oklahoma State, Houston, Texas Tech and SMU, among others.
Although he isn’t ranked by Rivals, the 6-foot-5, 295-pound Brown is ranked as the nation’s No. 608 player, No. 24 offensive guard and the No. 70 player in Texas, per the 247Sports Composite.
He’s one of six in-state talents currently committed to TCU.