‘ circuitous recruitment reached its end Monday.
The five-star running back signed a financial aid agreement and enrolled at TCU, .
Evans quietly signed with Georgia in December, but Georgia granted him a release from his national letter of intent, allowing him to reopen his recruitment. Because he previously signed, he could not sign another national letter of intent.
in late January.
The 5-foot-11, 200-pound running back from North Shore High School in Houston reportedly rushed for 1,600 yards as a senior.
Along with Georgia and Tennessee, Texas A&M and Mississippi were in the mix for Evans. At different points, Alabama, Florida, LSU and Texas were involved with Evans.
None of those schools emerged as the winner for Evans’ services. Instead, it was in-state TCU