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North Shore running back Zach Evans lands at TCU

In this Dec. 7, 2019 photo, North Shore Mustangs running back Zachary Evans (3) runs the ball pursued by Atascocita Eagles Jordan Augustine (14) during the second half of a high school football playoff game at Sheldon ISD Panther Stadium in Houston, Texas. The talented running back from Houston quietly signed with Georgia in December, but was later released from his national letter of intent by the Bulldogs. (Tim Warner/Houston Chronicle via AP)
In this Dec. 7, 2019 photo, North Shore Mustangs running back Zachary Evans (3) runs the ball pursued by Atascocita Eagles Jordan Augustine (14) during the second half of a high school football playoff game at Sheldon ISD Panther Stadium in Houston, Texas. The talented running back from Houston quietly signed with Georgia in December, but was later released from his national letter of intent by the Bulldogs. (Tim Warner/Houston Chronicle via AP) (©Houston Chronicle)

HOUSTON – The recruiting process is finally over for North Shore running back Zach Evans. The Mustangs back, who was sent home from Arlington prior to the state title game in December for breaking a team rule, has landed in Fort Worth.

Evans, who rushed for over four thousand career yards at North Shore has a financial aid agreement in place at TCU and has joined the Horned Frogs football program. He’ll provide a big boost for Gary Patterson’s offense.

According to a Hornedfrogblitz.com report, Evans has enrolled already at TCU.

Evans’ recruitment process was a winding road. He committed to Georgia and signed with the Bulldogs but was given his release in January. He played in the Under Armour All-American game where he was an MVP and now is ready to begin his college career with the Big 12 Conference program.