Gary Patterson's 2019 recruiting class is currently ranked No. 25 in the country, according to 247Sports.
Of TCU's 14 commitments, here is our look at the top three prospects:
Four-star quarterback Max Duggan (Council Bluffs, IA/Lewis Central): Duggan is currently the highest-rated commitment for the Frogs in 2019 and, by all accounts, it looks like he's locked in with that verbal pledge. But that won't stop other programs from pursuing the No. 10 dual-threat QB in the country, according to 247.
Nebraska, and its new head coach Scott Frost, figure to keep a close eye on the Elite 11 quarterback. And he took visits to Minnesota, Ohio State and Notre Dame.
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Keep this in mind as well. Shortly before he committed to the Frogs, Duggan told Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald, "It's difficult. I'll have a top three when I wake up and go to bed with a different one." That was five days before he committed on April 15.
Three-star defensive tackle Karter Johnson (Pickerington, OH/Pickerington Central): Another out-of-state TCU commitment, Johnson has been locked in with the Frogs since April 28. He's an important piece to the puzzle right now because, as it stands, he's the only defensive line commit in the class.
He's unofficially visited Ohio State and West Virginia, and attended a junior day at Indiana. Michigan State was a big player as well, having garnered 33 percent of his Crystal Ball predictions on 247. So don't count the Spartans out.
Three-star offensive tackle Andrew Coker (Katy/Taylor): Stock is soaring on the massive TCU commitment. Coker, who stands at 6-foot-6 and 310 pounds, pledged to the Frogs on May 25. But various programs are still in hot pursuit.
Texas is interested, having offered Coker during the spring evaluation period. And Aggies commitments have been vocal about their desire to get Coker in the fold.