The TCU Horned Frogs picked up their 13th commitment of the 2015 class when Spring Westfield's…
Midlands Commitment: Cordel Iwuagwu
Cordel Iwuagwu Offensive Lineman 6-3, 288 Spring (Tex.) Westfield Committed to TCU Chosen over Iowa State, Nevada, Arizona State, Houston Run Down: Throughout the process, Iwuagwu didn't make his way to too many programs. Early on he visited Houston and went to Texas with his teammate in Toby Weathersby. But as saying goes, third time's a charm. This past Saturday Iwuagwu made his way to Fort Worth, Tex. And according to his high school coach, Iwuagwu got "that feeling." "He (Iwuagwu) called me on his way home and he told me that he was thinking about committing," Westfield coach Corby Meekins said. "I asked him if he was sure. Then I told him to marinate on it and go home and talk with his parents. That was Saturday afternoon. I got a text from him Saturday night around 11 p.m. I asked him if he got that feeling? He told me yes." Iwuagwu made the call and it was a done deal. What this means for TCU: Simply put, Iwuagwu gives the Horned Frog coaches a versatile lineman who can play anywhere on the interior on the college level. At Westfield, he plays the tackle position, which is a great example of how good his footwork is. On top of all of this, Iwuagwu will be the first player during the 14-year tenure of his high school coach to commit to TCU. Coaches Take on Iwuagwu: "In the last three years, Iwuagwu has played every position on the offensive line. Once he gets there (TCU), the coaches will see how good his feet are and play him where they see fit. He's intelligent, physical and just overall athletic. He's about one meal away from being 300 pounds and has the frame to hold more weight."
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