TCU football’s 2018 recruiting class is down one man in the backfield.
All-purpose back prospect Ta’Zhawn Henry, a 3-star prospect per the 247Sports composite rankings, de-committed from TCU and re-opened his recruitment on Sunday.
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— ᵀᴴ¹ (@TazhawnHenry) December 10, 2017
Henry wrote in a message on his personal Twitter account that he questioned himself “more than a thousand times” if TCU was for him and that he “lost so many nights of sleep” over his decision.
The 5-foot-8, 175-pound prospect from Lamar High School in Houston, Texas verbally committed to TCU on Aug. 8, 2017. He was also pursued by Baylor and Arizona, among other schools.
Henry is ranked the No. 24 all-purpose back in the state of Texas among his class, according to the 247Sports composites.
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