TCU received another big boost in the recruiting world by landing three-star wide receiver Brandon Carter who after taking his visit to TCU on Jan. 14 switched his commit to TCU from Oklahoma on Jan. 18. The Rose Bowl win by TCU has been a big boom for TCU and during their celebration on this past Sunday they added defensive tackle Jon Lewis who was a previous Texas Tech commit and then they also landed four-star tackle Chuck Hunter the same day.
Carter's decision was based on playing close to home in front of his friends and family, the most important aspect was being promised he would play slot receiver. In high school he played quarterback, running back and wide receiver for Euless Trinity. He had 14 total touchdowns and had 1,845 yards from scrimmage, arguably his best position in high school was running back as he had 918 rushing yards with an average of 12.41 yards per carry and six touchdowns. However, Carter is only five-foot-ten-inches and 160 pounds which would be to fragile for him to play running back at the division one level. He played on a very successful high school team ended up going 15-1 with their only loss being to Pearland in the 5A state championship game (the highest level in the state of Texas), and the year prior Euless Trinity won the whole thing.