TCU wrapped up its spring session with a Friday night extravaganza that included the unveiling of new uniforms and an open scrimmage.
And as he has all spring, speedy wideout Kolby Listenbee stole the show, turning a short pass from backup QB Grayson Muehlstein into a long touchdown. Listenbee later forced a pass interference call on starting cornerback Ranthony Texada.
With fellow starters Josh Doctson (hand) and Deante' Gray (leg) sitting out most of this spring with injuries, Listenbee has been given stage to show he can be a No. 1 receiver. He had a breakout season in TCU's new offense last year with 41 catches and 753 receiving yards. But earlier in the week, TCU coach Gary Patterson singled out Listenbee, who doubles as a track star, noting the rising senior had elevated his game "to another level."
In Doctson and Gray, who are both expected to be healthy for the fall, and Listenbee, the Horned Frogs figure to boast one of the most formidable receiving trios in college football this season.