The TCU Horned Frogs already have a solid 2013 recruiting class, including top-20 running back Kyle Hicks (Arlington, Texas/Martin) and top-30 outside linebacker Paul Whitmill (Bastrop, Texas/Bastrop), and other defensive prospects like outside linebacker Sammy Douglas (Arlington, Texas/Arlington) and defensive end Bryson Henderson (Arlington, Texas/Mansfield Summit) who should help the team early. ESPN.com recruiting expert Damon Sayles, though, says the Horned Frogs have two big targets left on their wish list, and landing both of them could really boost their stock in their new conference:
"TCU has a chance to score big on two high-major players, and the Horned Frogs are hoping to go 2-for-2. High three-star offensive lineman Rami Hammad (Irving, Texas/Irving) decommitted from Baylor last weekend and now has TCU, Texas, Oklahoma and Baylor as his top four schools. Four-star Andrew Billings (Waco, Texas/Waco), a two-way lineman, has TCU, Texas and Baylor atop his list. Billings can play offensive guard, but his worth on the college level may be at defensive tackle. Both players can boost the stock of the Horned Frogs' recruiting class, and give the program further credibility as the new kid of the Big 12."