More good news for TCU baseball.
Outfielder Josh Watson, who was drafted in the 35th round by the Milwaukee Brewers, has decided to return to the Horned Frogs for his senior seasons.
Pitcher Jared Janczak, who was taken by the Angels in the 32nd round, announced he was returning for his senior season last week.
"We are super excited that Josh and his family are returning or his senior year," TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle said. "He will provide much needed experience and leadership to our team and program."
Watson, who attended Arlington Martin High School, hit .305 with eight home runs, 10 doubles, three triples and 32 RBIs in 2018. He's the only TCU player to play in all 191 games over the past three seasons.
"It was a honor to be drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers," Watson posted on Twitter Monday morning. "I am truly grateful for the opportunity but I am happy to announce I will be returning to TCU for my senior year."