Almost a week after questioning the whereabouts of five-star North Shore running back Zachary Evans, there has been some movement in news about him.
According to a 247Sports report, Evans has apparently landed with TCU in Fort Worth. “According to sources, Evans signed a financial aid agreement with the Frogs on Sunday night, but had to attend an online class on Monday morning before it became official. TCU started their first summer session on Monday as the COVID-19 pandemic has forced students away from campus,” 247Sports reported.
Evans originally signed with Georgia during the early signing period, but was released from his National Letter of Intent with no restrictions. Evans joining TCU marks the first five-star recruit to head to the Horned Frogs in the modern recruiting era.
Fans predicted the No. 16 overall recruit would be headed to LSU or Texas A&M as he visited both programs last fall. Evans tallied over 40 offers during the recruiting process and seems to have chosen TCU over all of them. Evans finished his high school career with 4,867 yards, 76 touchdowns and two state championship titles.
Evans would be the third running back to join TCU’s 2020 recruiting class. The Horned Frogs already have Oklahoma City Bishop McGuinness’ Dominic Richardson and Mount Enterprise running back Kendre Miller.
Evans has been quiet on social media without officially announcing his plan to attend TCU.