When Kilgore, Texas, three-star defensive end Wayne Daniels committed to Kansas State back in September, he switched an original pledge from Houston to pick the Wildcats. Daniels has now pulled the switcheroo on the Wildcats, changing his mind for an in-state program.
"I have committed to TCU," Daniels, who is 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds, said. "I did it on my official visit this weekend. I went to a lot of their games this year, and I was impressed with everything about the team and the program. I really got to know the atmosphere, and I liked it.
"I really like the defense they use. They have a fast defense, and it's going to make me look faster than I already am. And I'm a fast guy."
Daniels said he isn't sure whether or not he's going to take a scheduled official visit to San Diego State for this upcoming weekend. He said at this point, he's 100 percent Horned Frog.
"I was very impressed with their season, and that's a big thing to me," Daniels said. "I went to three of their games, and was very impressed. I want to play for a winner, and I know that TCU will always win nine or 10 games a year. That's something that the other schools on my list didn't have at this point."
Daniels was also recruited by Kansas, Texas Tech and UTEP. TCU assistant coach Jarrett Anderson was in charge of recruiting Daniels. Daniels is ranked as the nation's No. 32 strongside defensive end.