There has been some chatter recently that the Frogs' 2010 recruiting class might already be full, based on the number of scholarships believed to be available. Well, there was apparently at least one more scholarship open- Matt Anderson, a running back from Vanderbilt, TX (population: 411) switched his commitment from Utah to TCU. At 6'2", 207 lbs and a 4.5 forty time, he looks like a future safety or even linebacker in GP's 4-2-5.
And since no one that reports on recruiting really knows what TCU's ever-secretive coaching staff is doing, there's no way to tell exactly how big this class will be. If it gets any bigger, you'd have to assume it would be because someone already within the program is vacating a scholarship (or transferring, if you're not into the whole brevity thing). Two names that have popped up in recruiting discussion a number of times as possibilities to come on board this class are Chris Hawkins, a wide receiver from Channelview who is currently committed to Minnesota and Danny Spond, a quarterback from Colorado who also has Stanford and Notre Dame high on his list. Both are reported to be visiting campus this weekend.