2 players to watch as TCU enters National Signing Day

Special to the Star-Telegram

With 24 committed players heading into National Signing Day, TCU has all but finalized its class. However, that doesn’t mean the Horned Frogs couldn’t pick up one or two more players by today. Here are two who might select a purple TCU hat and ink their signature on a National Letter of Intent to play for the Horned Frogs:

DT Bryce English (DeSoto)

English, a consensus three-star recruit, was originally committed to Texas but opened his recruitment back up after the Longhorns hired Charlie Strong. In the past month English has visited Kansas State, San Diego State and SMU. In December, he visited Memphis.

TCU coach Curtis Luper had a home visit with English on Dec. 7, which English said went great.

English’s head coach at DeSoto recently moved to the college ranks, joining new SMU head coach Chad Morris on the hilltop as the Mustang’s running backs coach.

LB Jonah Moi (Riverside (Calif.) City College)

The potential junior-college transfer has committed to Washington State, but has visited TCU and Oregon since. Moi was second on his team in tackles last season with 82, and posted 10.5 tackles for loss and forced two fumbles.

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