His coach calls him the most under-ranked player in the state of Texas, and that's the type of kid that typically ends up starring one day at TCU. So it's no surprise to see 5-foot-10 ½, 170-pound cornerback Alex Ibiloye make a decision that sends him to Ft. Worth.
"I committed to TCU today," Ibiloye from Garland (Texas) South Garland said. "I was recruited by Dan Sharp, and he made me feel at home on my visit last weekend. I had other good options, but TCU is a place where I can come in early and make an impact.
"I can also stay close to home."
South Garland coach Mickey Moss thinks TCU is getting a good one.
"He is the most under-rated player in Texas," Moss said. "He didn't have junior film, and I kept telling people to wait it out. And by the fifth or sixth game, he had developed into a really good player that had 17 offers to pick from."
Ibiloye had scheduled visits to Baylor and Kansas, but he said he's no longer taking those trips. He had offers from TCU, Baylor, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Oklahoma State, Tulane and many others.