TCU Position Breakdown: Tight Ends & Fullbacks

Couldn't find any pictures of our tight ends, so you'll have to make do with Jordan, TCU Showgirl & SI Cheerleader of the Week (via MattyV53)

If you missed Wednesday's wide receiver preview, click here.  Check back tomorrow for a summary of the offense. 

Tight End Depth Chart 

1.)  Evan Frosch (6-4, 265 Sr)*

From Midland, TX, Frosch was named honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference in 2009.

2.)  Logan Brock (6-4, 260 Jr)

Logan Brock led all TCU tight ends in receiving with 5 catches for 67 yards, and can also play fullback in a pinch.  Brock a 2007 recruit, had offers to Kansas, Illinois, and Iowa State.  Logan's brother, Tanner Brock, is expected to start at linebacker for the Frogs this season.

3.)  Corey Fuller (6-6, 255 So)

Originally committed to cross-town rival SMU in 2008, Fuller saw the light and became a Frog.

4.)  Walker Dille (6-4, 242 So)

Voted to the Texas All-State team in 2007 by the Texas Sportswriters Association, Dille also was offered by Boise State.

5.)  Stephen Bryant (6-5, 220 Fr)

A true freshman from Class A New Deal High School, Bryant was a two-way superstar, excelling at both quarterback and safety.  Voted to the All-State team as a defensive back by the Associated Press and the Texas Sportswriters Association, also named MVP of his district as both quarterback and defensive back.  Bryant also had offers to Texas Tech, North Texas, Iowa State, and Tulsa.

Fullback Depth Chart

1.)  Luke Shivers (6-0, 200 Jr)

Originally a linebacker, Shivers was moved to fullback in 2007.  Shivers had 2 touchdowns on 3 touches in 2009.  Had offers to Utah, University of Louisiana-Monroe, and Louisiana Tech.

Summary

Tight end and fullback have become thankless positions at TCU with lots of blocking assignments and very few looks your way, hopefully 2010 is the year that all changes, but don't hold your breath.  But here's to our unsung hero's, thanks for a job well done.

 

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