Did he take any other visits?
Wow what a walk-on. Signed with TCU out of HS, was offerered sack full of money to sign with the Yankees in the 2nd round. Now we get him for free and the Yankees are on the hook for the scholarship. Fast QB who ran close to a 4.5 out of HS.
Certainly a guy with size who ran the ball quite a bit in high school, so he brings a little something different to the QB derby. Not an extremely accurate passer in high school, based on numbers, but an intriguing prospect and also helps depth if any one moves along in the next few months.
This guy looks to be a good enough athlete who could be moved if QB does not work out.
TCU and North Texas.
Added quotes from his dad.
getting him is like free money
Had good power but just couldn’t hit consistently enough. Always thought he liked.football better. May be tough job keeping him from being the starter
He can play this coming season is that correct?
Ever since his name came up, I thought he might–might– be the starter come the fall. He will be a freshman just like Connor Noland and any other QB that we might sign, but he’s got about six years in age on them. That could be an advantage, just like Cole’s SEC experience gives him an edge. In the long run, who knows who will be starting, but whoever it is should be able to run the offense.
But, he counts against the 85 limit, right?
No, he is a walk on and counts on the 105 limit only.
If he can regain his football skills after the long time away from the game, we might have an interesting battle for the starting QB spot.