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  02/26/21 - Zach FarrarSr/2022, Texas Christian, 6-3, 210 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  A former Auburn wide receiver is now in search of his sixth different team in the last six years. Zach Farrar, who transferred from Auburn to TCU last year, re-entered the NCAA transfer portal Thursday morning, AL.com has learned. Farrar joined Auburn after spending 2016 at Oklahoma, 2017 at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and 2018 at Youngstown State. The Texas native didn't play in any games for TCU last season. He had three catches for 42 yards and two touchdowns at Auburn. - Birmingham News

(DS#999 WR) Sr/2022 WR Zach FarrarTexas Christian
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  Hackett is expected to graduate from Syracuse in May and join TCU this summer as a graduate transfer. He'll be eligible to play this fall. Hackett will provide much-needed depth at tight end as TCU lost Pro Wells and Artayvious Lynn to the NFL Draft. Along with Hackett, TCU has added tight ends D.J. Rogers and Jasper Lott this offseason. Rogers is a former 2020 four-star recruit who didn't enroll in school last season, while Lott is a 2021 recruit who some view as a future offensive lineman. The Frogs' top returner is senior Carter Ware, who started six games last season. Ware is known as more of a blocking tight end, finishing with three catches for 40 yards including one TD reception last season. Hackett, who is listed at 6-foot-3, 237 pounds, is coming off a 2020 season in which he had 10 catches for 63 yards, including two touchdowns, in nine games. His best season came in 2019 when he had 23 catches for 205 yards and six TDs. - Fort Worth Star

(DS#86 TE) rSr/2022 TE Aaron HackettTexas Christian
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  A former Syracuse tight end will play out his final season in the Big 12. Aaron Hackett will transfer to TCU, he posted Monday afternoon on Twitter. Hackett entered the transfer portal in December but had been unsure whether he will pursue a pro career or play a fifth year at a new school. Hackett caught 10 passes for 63 yards and a pair of scores last season, well short of his production as a junior in 2019, when he caught 23 passes for 205 yards and six touchdowns. That year he earned Syracuse's in-house Bill Maxwell Award as the team's most improved player on offense. - The Post-Standard

(DS#86 TE) rSr/2022 TE Aaron HackettTexas Christian
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  TCU linebacker Garret Wallow is not taking part in this week's Senior Bowl after testing positive for COVID-19. Wallow revealed the positive test on his social media account Tuesday night, writing in part: "This was very unexpected because I always wear a mask everywhere I go. Fortunately, I feel better and look forward to getting back to work as soon as possible." Wallow, who is listed at 6-foot-2, 230 pounds, is viewed by some as a possible top-100 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. He is coming off another standout season in 2020, earning first-team All-Big 12 honors with 90 tackles, including nine tackles for loss and three sacks. He also had five QB hits and three forced fumbles. - Fort Worth Star

(DS#11 OLB) Sr/2021 OLB Garret WallowTexas Christian
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  Austin Myers won't return to TCU football next season after all. A week after it looked like Myers would be taking advantage of an extra year of eligibility granted by the NCAA to fall sports athletes amid the coronavirus pandemic at TCU, Myers entered the NCAA transfer portal this week. Myers is the 15th player to enter the transfer portal from TCU's 2020 opening-day roster. The Frogs have lost four offensive lineman to the portal who started at least one game last season, including Myers, Quazzel White, Kellton Hollins and T.J. Storment. Myers is a versatile lineman who played tackle and guard in his time at TCU. He opened last season as the Frogs' starting left tackle, playing the first three games there. He then started two games at right guard before missing the final four games. - Fort Worth Star

(DS#30 OG) rSr/2022 OG Austin MyersTexas Christian
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  01/19/21 - T.J. CarterrSr/2022, Texas Christian, 5-11, 190 (DS#57 CB) + More +

  TCU football landed another Memphis transfer on Monday night. Defensive back T.J. Carter announced his intentions to play for the Horned Frogs, just 10 days after his Memphis teammate and offensive tackle Obinna Eze said he'd be coming to Fort Worth. Carter is listed at 5-foot-11, 190 pounds. Over four years and 46 games with the Tigers, he had 187 tackles, including six for a loss, seven interceptions and three forced fumbles. All of Carter's interceptions came in his first two seasons as he had five in 2017 and two in 2018. - Star-Telegram

(DS#57 CB) rSr/2022 CB T.J. CarterTexas Christian
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  01/14/21 - T.J. CarterrSr/2022, Texas Christian, 5-11, 190 (DS#57 CB) + More +

  Senior defensive back TJ Carter is the latest multi-year starter to transfer from Memphis football. Carter, who started all four seasons with the Tigers, announced Tuesday via Twitter that he's entered the transfer portal. He was a Freshman All-American in 2017 but struggled the last two seasons. Carter played in seven games, with five starts, last season. He started in 44 out of 46 games that he played in and was the fourth Tigers player in the past 10 years to start his first game as a true freshman. - Memphis Commercial Appeal

(DS#57 CB) rSr/2022 CB T.J. CarterTexas Christian
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  Kellton Hollins, a senior center from Lousiana, announced Monday via Twitter that he will enter the transfer portal. Hollins played in seven of the Frogs 10 games this season including one start against West Virginia. What made Hollins a standout player was not necessarily what he did on the field but what he did off of it. He was passionate about making a difference at TCU and leaving his mark on the campus which he did by heading a project where the words "END RACISM" were painted outside of TCU's football and basketball stadiums. He invited students, faculty and staff to sign their names on the mural. - Dallas Morning News

(DS#32 C) rSr/2022 C Kellton HollinsTexas Christian
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  01/09/21 - Obinna EzerJr/2022, Texas Christian, 6-7, 315 (DS#8 OT) + More +

  TCU football landed a big-time graduate transfer on Friday afternoon. Memphis left tackle Obinna Eze announced his intentions to join the Horned Frogs in a social media post, writing: "I'll be continuing my career at TCU and I'm excited for new opportunities." Eze has started 25 straight games at left tackle for Memphis. He graduated in December and has two years of eligibility remaining. TCU could have a void to fill at that spot depending on whether T.J. Storment returns next season. - Fort Worth Star

(DS#8 OT) rJr/2022 OT Obinna EzeTexas Christian
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  2020 JIM THORPE AWARD (TOP DEFENSIVE BACK) WINNER: Trevon Moehrig, safety, TCU,...Moehrig was selected First-Team All-Big 12 by the conference head coaches for the second straight season. He had the game-saving interception with a one-handed snag in the end zone in the final minutes of a 29-22 win over No. 15 Oklahoma State on Dec. 5. The Spring Branch, Texas, native ranked among the national leaders with1.1 passes defended per game (two interceptions, nine pass breakups). His 11 passes defended trailed only teammate Tre'Vius Hodges-Tomlinson (13) in the Big 12. He placed third on the Horned Frogs with 47 tackles, including 2.0 for loss. - TCU Football

(DS#1 FS) Jr/2021 FS *Trevon MoehrigTexas Christian
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  TCU quarterback Stephon Brown has entered the NCAA transfer portal, a source confirmed Tuesday night. Brown never appeared in a game during his lone season with the Horned Frogs. Brown's decision isn't too surprising considering TCU landed Oklahoma transfer Chandler Morris on Sunday. Morris is expected to add competition and depth behind starter Max Duggan. Brown joined TCU as the top-rated JUCO dual-threat quarterback in the 2020 class out of Independence (Kansas) Community College. Coach Gary Patterson mentioned during fall camp that Brown would have a package in the Frogs' offense. But Brown never saw the field, serving as the third-string quarterback behind Duggan and backup Matthew Downing. - Fort Worth Star

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Stephon BrownTexas Christian
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  TCU football added some competition and depth to its quarterback room on Sunday. Oklahoma transfer Chandler Morris announced his intentions to join TCU in a social media post. Morris is the son of former SMU and Arkansas coach Chad Morris. It's to be determined if Morris will be eligible to play next fall. There's multiple steps in the process that will make that determination, starting with Oklahoma releasing Morris from his national letter of intent because Morris is in his first year. The NCAA is also scheduled to vote on whether to allow one-time transfers on Jan. 11 and, after that, the Big 12 will decide on how to handle intra-conference transfers. - Fort Worth Star-Telegram

(DS#999 QB) Fr/2024 QB Chandler MorrisTexas Christian
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  Another Oklahoma quarterback is electing to head elsewhere. Just a couple of weeks after backup quarterback Tanner Mordecai announced he would be entering the transfer portal, fellow quarterback Chandler Morris has announced via Twitter that he will be doing the same. Morris appeared in five games in his true freshman season in 2020, completing three of his five passes for 39 yards. - Daily Oklahoman

(DS#999 QB) Fr/2024 QB Chandler MorrisTexas Christian
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  Trevon Moehrig is headed to the NFL. TCU's standout junior safety announced his intentions to turn professional on his social media on Saturday afternoon. Moehrig had one season left of eligibility (and possibly two seasons with the NCAA freezing eligibility this fall). Moehrig thanked God, his family, his TCU teammates and coaches in a post announcing his decision. Moehrig joins fellow safety Ar'Darius Washington as TCU's early entrants into the draft. Moehrig, who is listed at 6 feet, 2 inches and 202 pounds, is viewed as possibly the best safety in the 2021 class. That, however, doesn't mean he'll land in the first round. No safeties were taken in the first round of the 2020 draft. - Fort Worth Star-Telegram

(DS#1 FS) Jr/2021 FS *Trevon MoehrigTexas Christian
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  TCU's Ar'Darius Washington is headed to the NFL Draft, forgoing two years of eligibility. Washington made the announcement on social media, thanking God, his mom and siblings and his teammates and coaches at TCU. The biggest knock on Washington is expected to be his size. At 5-foot-8, 178 pounds, he does not have the ideal height to play at the next level. But he's produced as TCU's starting weak safety the past two seasons. Washington had 37 tackles this season, including one tackle for loss, and five pass breakups. The 37 tackles were the seventh-most on the team. - Fort Worth Star

(DS#21 CB) rSo/2021 CB *ArDarius WashingtonTexas Christian
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