Brock Joins Texans As A Free Agent
TCU tight end was a three-year starter and four-year letterman
April 29, 2012
FORT WORTH, Texas -- TCU tight end Logan Brock has signed a free-agent contract with the Houston Texans.
A three-year starter and four-year letterman for the Horned Frogs, Brock was an All-Mountain West selection in 2011. He placed fifth on TCU this year with a career-best 11 receptions for 126 yards and three touchdowns. He had four catches for 41 yards and two scores in the season opener at Baylor.
For his career, Brock totaled 22 receptions for 303 yards and five touchdowns. He topped all TCU tight ends in catches his final three seasons.
Brock played in all 52 games over his TCU career, helping the Horned Frogs to a 47-5 record.
Brock is the fourth member of TCU's 2011 senior class to head to the NFL. Linebacker Tank Carder and cornerback/return specialist Greg McCoy were drafted by the Buffalo Bills and Chicago Bears, respectively, while defensive end Braylon Broughton was a free-agent signee of the New Orleans Saints.
As TCU's head coach, Gary Patterson has had 30 players drafted with a total of 63 in NFL camps.
Last year, ESPN.com ranked TCU No. 1 in the nation for developing NFL talent.