Four-star wide receiver Garrett Wilson (Austin/Lake Travis) has narrowed his recruitment down to eight schools, and TCU made the cut.
Wilson, the No. 79 overall player in the country according to 247Sports, named the Horned Frogs, Texas, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Arkansas as the final schools he will consider.
Those remaining on this list should be jumping for joy as Wilson could be the top player in the state for 2019. He holds 31 offers right now with more undoubtedly on the way.
Some of the schools that have offered but didn't make the cut include Alabama, USC, Texas A&M, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas Tech, Baylor, and Wisconsin.
Wilson is rated as the No. 14 WR and No. 10 player in Texas, per 247Sports. The website's 12 predictions have him going to Texas (67 percent), followed by Ohio State at 25 percent.
He had 98 receptions for 1,773 yards and 26 touchdowns last season, and 53 receptions for 699 yards ans 12 touchdowns as a sophomore.
Here's what Greg Powers of 247Sports had to say about Wilson: "Wilson is a well-rounded and versatile wide receiver. He can line up and beat a defensive back with his vertical ability, or he can line up in the slot and turn an underneath play into a big gain. Wilson is very slippery in the open field and has great hips and agility that helps him duck and dodge defenders. He gets good separation and gets check marks in the hands and concentration areas."