Camp '09 - Tight End A Deep Position For Frogs

TCU quarterback Andy Dalton and tight end Evan Frosch celebrate a Horned Frog touchdown.

TCU quarterback Andy Dalton and tight end Evan Frosch celebrate a Horned Frog touchdown.

Aug. 16, 2009

FORT WORTH, Texas -- GoFrogs.com continues its preview of the 2009 TCU football team with a look at the tight ends.

Like the wide receivers, the tight end position does not have a senior on the depth chart but still has key players returning with valuable game experience.

Evan Frosch (6-4, 260, Jr.) enters the fall in a first-team role. He started five games in 2008 and is a two-year letterman. Frosch reached the end zone twice on his 10 receptions last season. All 15 of his career catches have come in TCU victories.

Logan Brock (6-3, 253, So.) lettered in his first season of competition for the Frogs and is the older brother of freshman linebacker Tanner Brock.

Corey Fuller (6-5, 245, RFr.) and Walker Dille (6-4, 242, RFr.) both redshirted last year and figure prominently in the mix for playing time this fall.

In addition to his role at fullback, Luke Shivers (6-0, 220, So.) will also see action at tight end.

BY THE NUMBERS:
1 - Sets of brothers (Logan Brock and Tanner Brock) on this year's TCU football team

5 - Interceptions by Corey Fuller while playing cornerback his junior year at La Vernia (Texas) High School

15 - Career receptions by Evan Frosch, all coming in TCU victories

22 - Seasons tight ends coach Dan Sharp has been at TCU, including his time as a TCU Lettermen's Hall of Fame student-athlete (1981-84)

28 - Receptions by TCU tight ends last season

 

 


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