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TCU men's basketball players explain what it's like to play basketball in a state that is more known for football.

TCU basketball boosted its backcourt depth on Thursday.

The Frogs signed UT-Arlington graduate transfer Edric Dennis to their incoming 2019-20 class.

Dennis played one season at UTA, averaging 14.3 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists. The DeSoto High School product started 19 games.

TCU will be Dennis’ fourth school since he high school. He played at Hill College as a freshman, and then went to Jackson State for a season before heading to UTA.

Dennis will be eligibility to play next season, his last in college basketball.

He joins Kevin Easley Jr., Francisco Farabello, PJ Fuller, Jaedon LeDee, Mickey Pearson Jr. and Diante Smith as members of next season’s incoming class.

TCU is coming off a season in which it reached the NIT semifinals in New York.

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Drew Davison is the TCU and Big 12 sports writer for the Star-Telegram. He’s covered everything in DFW from Rangers to Cowboys to motor sports.

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