Four-star quarterback Justin Rogers of Bossier City, La., announced a commitment to TCU on Wednesday night.
He chose the Horned Frogs over LSU and North Carolina.
The 6-foot-4, 203-pound senior is rated the third-best quarterback in Louisiana and sixth-best dual-threat quarterback by 247Sports.
He fits the mold of a strong-armed quarterback who can also make plays on the run, which helped TCU to success under Trevone Boykin in the Air Raid offense in 2014 and 2015.
Rogers is the seventh commitment in the 2018 class for TCU, joining South Grand Prairie safety Atanza Vongor and guard Esteban Avila, Smithson Valley cornerback Trevone Moehrig-Woodard, Manor defensive end Ochaun Mathis, Denton Guyer center John Lanz and Monroe, La., guard Devin Phillips.