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TCU sees three recruits de-commit in last week. Is Texas stealing them?

TCU players interact with fans during “Meet the Frogs”

TCU athletics held its annual "Meet the Frogs" event on Saturday. Football players and coach Gary Patterson interacted with fans, as well as the volleyball and soccer teams.
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TCU athletics held its annual "Meet the Frogs" event on Saturday. Football players and coach Gary Patterson interacted with fans, as well as the volleyball and soccer teams.

TCU coach Gary Patterson and his staff have done a nice job recruiting over his tenure. This year is no different, but it appears the Frogs may be identifying talent for the rival Texas Longhorns.

TCU has seen a wave of decommitments of late, as well as a current player, sophomore running back Kenedy Snell, announce his intention to transfer.

Defensive lineman Myron Warren, a three-star recruit from Louisiana, announced intentions to re-open his recruitment after receiving offers from Texas and Tennessee. So did Kennedy Lewis, a three-star wide receiver out of Melissa, who had an “amazing” official visit to Texas last weekend.

Cornerback William Jones, a three-star recruit out of Mansfield Summit, also backed out of his commitment of late.

TCU still has the 32nd-ranked class in the country, according to 247Sports.

It's time for TCU Horned Frog football, head coach Gary Patterson's Frogs on the practice field for day two of workouts in Fort Worth.

Among those committed include QB Max Duggan; RBs Darwin Barlow and Daimarqua Foster; DBs Deshawn McCuin and Donavann Collins; OL Andrew Coker, Brannon Brown and Marcus Williams; DL Colt Ellison and Karter Johnson; LBs Wyatt Harris and Zach Marcheselli; and athletes Dee Winters, Josh Foster and Tamauzia Brown.

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