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Could a recruiting powerhouse be emerging in the Big 12? Well, one could be if four-star quarterback Justin Rogers gets his way.

Rogers (6-foot-4, 203 pounds, Bossier City, La.) committed to TCU just over a week ago, but it looks like his recruiting efforts are just starting. In an interview with Rivals, Rogers said that he has gotten “three commitments so far under the table”, indicating that several other high-profile recruits could be heading with him to TCU.

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Rogers, a Top 100 recruit per ESPN, Rivals, and the 247 Composite, is the highest-rated prospect for TCU’s 2018 class as of now. However, if Rogers is able to bring in some of his friends to join him in Fort Worth, then the Horned Frogs could be heading to one of their best classes in recent memory. Considering that the Big 12 has been a bit chaotic in recent years with Texas having some down years, it could be enough to help TCU really break through.

Rogers is a dual-threat quarterback and ranked as the No. 4 player at his position by Rivals. He picked TCU on May 31 over LSU and North Carolina.

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