Football adds seven to round out 2019 class

first_imgRifle to duel with Air Force in NCAA qualifier Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Facebook Mario Aquino TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Previous articleThere’s no place like home for Horned Frogs’ bounce-backNext articleWomen’s tennis signs one new player Mario Aquino RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin ReddIt “Our kind of linebacker, a guy that can go run,” head coach Gary Patterson said of Jordan. Barlow, a four-star running back from Newton, Texas, officially inked his name with the Frogs early Wednesday morning. In Barlow, the Horned Frogs found a back that Patterson called one of the best in the state. The No. 4 ranked running back in Texas, Barlow scored 37 rushing touchdowns and ran for over 2,100 yards, averaging 13.4 yards per carry in his senior season. Keeyon Stewart, a three-star defensive back, announced his commitment Tuesday night via Twitter in a tweet with only one word: “committed.” Stewart was wrestled away from Big 12 rival Texas Tech and is ranked as the No. 12 corner back in the state of Texas. In his senior season, Stewart helped lead Galena Park-North Shore to a Texas 6A State Championship. His 4.5 40-yard speed will be a strong asset to him as he goes up against high-powered Big 12 offenses in the future. Earl Barquet, a three-star defensive end, also signed his letter of intent to join the Horned Frogs Wednesday as another strong addition to the defensive line class. The No.1 weak side defensive end in Louisiana, Barquet is an athletic defender with a knack for disrupting plays and getting in the backfield. Barquet will join fellow three-star defensive end Adam Plant, who enrolled this January. TCU signed a total of 29 recruits and finished the day with the third-best recruiting class in the conference, according to 247Sports. Twitter Rifle Claims Third National Championship in Program History Twitter Mario Aquino Linkedin Facebook Mario Aquino TCU outguns Air Force, Ohio State in spring rifle home opener Mario Aquino printFour star linebacker Dylan Jordan highlighted the final seven additions to the teams recruiting class. Photo courtesy: @thedylanjordan_ on twitterTCU wrapped up their 2019 recruiting class with commitments from Dylan Jordan and Darwin Barlow, among others, to put the finishing touches on the Big 12’s third best class. The team signed 22 of their 29 signees during December’s early signing period, adding the final seven on Wednesday. One of the biggest signings of the day came from Jordan, an outside linebacker from Pittsburg, Kansas. The No. 14 ranked outside linebacker in the country, Jordan has great versatility, blistering speed off the blitz and possesses all the intangibles to be a playmaker at the collegiate level. TAGSfootballrecruiting ReddIt Mario is a senior economics major and journalism minor from Converse, Texas. In his free time he enjoys watching sports, listening to music, and binge-watching documentaries on Netflix. TCU Wins Big in Morgantown, Claims National Championship in Smallbore + posts Mario Aquino Four star linebacker Dylan Jordan highlighted the final seven additions to the teams recruiting class. Photo courtesy: @thedylanjordan_ on twitterlast_img read more