But it doesn’t look promising for the program to land a third. Jalen Hill, a four-star small forward out of Ed W. Clark High School in Las Vegas, is not expected to commit to the Frogs after visiting the school last weekend.
Instead, signs point to Hill committing to Oklahoma. Hill is expected to formally announce his decision on Thursday.
Damion Baugh, a three-star combo guard out of Tennessee Preparatory, visited the school last weekend as well. But Baugh has more visits set up, including Georgetown on Sept. 28.
As stated, Dixon and TCU have landed two four-star commitments already. Forward Diante Smith and guard P.J. Fuller announced their intentions to sign with the Frogs earlier this month.
TCU has found its way on more higher-profile radars under Dixon. Plus, TCU made a monumental stride last season when it snapped a 20-year NCAA tournament drought.
The Frogs have high hopes for this season with five returning starters from a squad that went 21-12 overall and a program-best 9-9 in Big 12 play.
TCU opens its season with a home game against Cal State Bakersfield on Nov. 7.