Do not expect a consensus between Trevone Boykin or Tyler Matthews. TCU will not be enjoying the services of two of the team's "bigger" recruits in the spring.
According to his high school coach, All Saints Episcopal quarterback Foster Sawyer remains firmly committed to sign a letter of intent to play for TCU in 2014. Sawyer, however, will not be enrolling in the spring.
The other "big" TCU QB recruit, Grayson Muehlstein (pictured) of Decatur, also remains firmly committed to TCU for signing day. According to his high school coach, Kyle Story, Muehlstein explored trying to graduate from high school early to enroll at TCU and participate in practice with the team in the spring of '14.
Story said Muehlstein could line up the necessary course work to finish early. Story said this was not an issue of grades, but rather course work completed.
Both Muehlstein and Sawyer are scheduled to be at TCU in the summer for the start of practice, but they will not be learning the offense any earlier.
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