According to reports, TCU football’s 2016 class has added a big commitment in the form of 4-star wide receiver Isaiah Graham from Bastrop, La.
Graham is 6-foot-1, 180 pounds and according to 247Sports, he’s the No. 42 wide receiver in the 2016 class. The industry generated 247Sports ranks him as the No. 227 overall recruit in the nation, which is impressive when you consider the sample size. Any time a school land land a recruit who actually has an overall national ranking, that says something about the player.
You can also look to a recruit’s offer list to get a good indication of his skill-set, and it’s not always the amount of offers but moreso which schools have offered that can be very telling. For Graham, it’s a little bit of both. His offer list features 13 schools, and there are some impressive names among the bunch: South Carolina, Arkansas, Cal, Colorado State, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayette, Miami, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas Tech and Tulsa have all offered the 4-star wideout.
With the addition of Graham, head coach Gary Patterson and his staff now boast 17 commitments, eight of which are ranked as 4-stars, according to the 247Sports Composite.
TCU is having a great season on the field, but the same can be said for what the Horned Frogs are doing on the recruiting trail as well.