The five-star recruit signed a financial aid agreement with the Fort Worth-based school Sunday night and is attending summer classes online. Evans had signed with Georgia during the December signing period but received an unconditional release in January for undisclosed reasons. At TCU, he will be staying in-state, but with a Big 12 school. Evans planned to enroll early at Georgia after the December signing period.
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Zach Evans is a 6-foot, pound running back who some have said is the most talented back to come out of Texas since Adrian Peterson. The No. And to say he had a wild recruitment would be an understatement. From a would-be signing with Georgia, ups and downs with his state championship-winning high school team and a waiting game in recent months, the five-star prospect finally ended his winding recruitment on Monday by enrolling at TCU. In his junior season in , he rushed for more than 1, yards and 29 touchdowns while helping the Mustangs to a state championship. A week before this, Evans tells sports.
2020 season stats
Dynamically athletic running back with prototype size and frame potential relative to the position. Owns college-ready build with frame space to add more bulk. Flashes elite athleticism verified in combine testing environment. Makes it look easy, sometimes to the point that it's deceptive. Shows great top-end speed and outstanding close-quarters lateral mobility confirmed by a 3. Flashes devastating start-stop-start ability in close quarters, coupled with impressive hesitation stutter. Effortlessly strings moves together in the open field to elude multiple defenders. Chameleon in ability to alter running styles, going from elusive darter to hole-punching, straight-line galloper. Home run hitter with high-volume capability. Patient and presses the line of scrimmage to set up blocks.