Koalas, surf, hoops: TCU basketball coaches talk Australia trips
Judging by recruiting rankings, TCU athletics appears to be in good shape going forward.
Wednesday marked the start of the early signing period for all sports other than football for the 2019 classes. And, as expected, TCU didn’t disappoint.
The men’s basketball program has the nation’s 16th best incoming class, according to 247 Sports, and made two of its three commits made it official. Four-star guard Francisco Farabello and four-star forward Diante Smith each signed their letters of intent. Four-star guard P.J. Fuller is the only player who hadn’t for now, but has until Nov. 21.
The baseball team, meanwhile, is bringing in the No. 5-ranked class according to Baseball America. Burleson Centennial right-hander Jacob Meador announced his signing on Twitter.
Here’s a list of the signees (this will be updated) --
Francisco Farabello, NBA Global Academy
Diante Smith, Choctawhatchee Senior High (Florida)
Rhett Maynard, Amarillo High
Jacob Meador, Burleson Centennial
Tavy Diggs, Plano East
McKenzie Nichols, Southlake Carroll
Audrey Nalls, Waxahachie
Michelle Slater, Dallas
Gracie Brian, Frisco
Selma Vidgren, IMG Academy Florida via Finland
Belerica Oquendo, Dallas
McKenna Saul, Dallas
Grace Collins, Houston
Aymeric Laussot, France
Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira, Argentina
Gustav Frimodt, Denmark
Caden Cristopherson, Arizona
Chris Berzina, Trinity Valley
Jennie Park, Carrollton
Trinity King, Arlington Martin