Backing Up Shawn Robinson, the Other Signal Callers

Backing Up Shawn Robinson, the Other Signal Callers

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Backing Up Shawn Robinson, the Other Signal Callers

TCU Horned Frogs’ starting quarterback, Shawn Robinson, is dealing with some injuries.  As of right now, it’s uncertain if Robinson will be able to play October 11th versus Texas Tech.  If Robinson can’t play, it will be next man up for the Frogs. Here is a look at the other signal callers.

#10 – Sophomore – Michael Collins

Collins is a 6’5″, 214-pound gunslinger from New Canaan, Connecticut.  He was a high school teammate of fellow Frog and starting offensive tackle, Lucas Niang.  Collins won three straight state titles in high school.  He threw for 3,414 yards and 54 touchdowns his senior year.

Collins went to college at the University of Pennsylvania.  He played in four games his freshman year helping Penn win the Ivy League Championship.  Collins was 2 of 2 passing for 17 yards with 33 yards on the ground.  He transferred to TCU and sat out last year, 2017, per NCAA transfer rules.

Collins was put on scholarship in January 2018.  He has gotten rave reviews from his TCU coaches and fellow teammates. He has completed 6 out of 14 pass attempts for 105 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions.

#13 – Freshman – Justin Rogers

Rogers is a 6’4″, 220-pound dual-threat quarterback out of Bossier City, Louisiana.  He was a four-star recruit, who was ranked between the 34th and 58th best overall player in the country. He was limited to just one game, his senior year, due to injury. As a junior, he completed 65.4% of his passes for 2,646 yards and 26 touchdowns. He added 566 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground. He chose TCU over LSU, Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and Texas.

This year, Rogers has been in uniform on the sideline. He is still recovering from a knee ligament surgery. It’s uncertain if he will play this season.

#17 – Senior – Grayson Muehlstein

Muehlstein is a 6’4″, 211-pound, fifth-year senior, from Decatur, Texas. Coming out of high school, he was ranked the No. 4 quarterback in Texas.  Muehlstein was a three-star recruit. He was the district 9-3A Co-Offensive MVP his senior year in high school.  Muehlstein has appeared in 7 games for the Frogs. He has completed one out of three passes for 11 yards. He has 50 yards rushing. He picked TCU over Harvard and North Texas. Meuhlstein was 2017 First-Team Academic All-Big 12.

#15 – Sophomore – Karson Ringdahl

Ringdahl is a 6’3″, 201-pound player out of Columbia, Missouri. He was a three-sport athlete in high school. He was a high school team captain and led his team to playoff appearances 3 out of his 4 years. He has not seen any game action as a Frog.

#19 – Freshman – Grant Beucler

Beucler is a 6’2″, 185-pound freshman out of LaPorte, Indiana. He has not seen any game action as a Frog.

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