Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports
Multiple sources are reporting that LSU outside linebacker Marcel Brooks has transferred to TCU.

Brooks, a sophomore from Ft. Worth, Texas, played in 11 games last year and recorded eight tackles and 1.5 sacks. He entered the transfer portal back on June 26. Per 247Sports:
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TCU is getting a huge addition to their program as multiple sources have told HornedFrogBlitz on Tuesday afternoon that former LSU linebacker Marcel Brooks is headed to the Big 12 program.

Brooks entered the NCAA transfer portal on June 26 and TCU immediately became the favorite as the athletic defender said he wanted to play closer to home. Sources told HFB that Brooks is on campus today (Tuesday) and will be able to start working out with the team as soon as he passes a physical.

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38 Comments
So was this a “be close to family” thing or an “I have no place in this 4-3” thing”?
Reply18 days
Won't hear about him in 2 years, you'll be like oh I remember him.
Reply19 days
TCU gonna be a force with all the recent pick-ups (including number 1 RB from Northshore). That said, still no match for the LSU Tigers. We still coming
Reply19 days
Yeah they might be able to improve from 5-7 and actually go .500 with those two.
19 days
They couldn't beat LSU backups
19 days
Get real, TCU didn't even make it into December last year. 5-7
19 days
USF be homesick.
Reply19 days
He helped win a NC at LSU and has 3 rings to show Fort Worth/TCU. Good for recruiting. He’s moving home to play for Gary Patterson at a great university. You will be missed young man! Thank you for your contributions!
Reply20 days
Man that's another beast gone from that team defense taking a drop off fr
Reply20 days
You honestly believe with this much gif as LSU has that that defense is going to drop off ? okay I guess everybody is entitled to their opinion
19 days
Figured close to home Too bad for LSU I believe they lost a very good player we shall see
Reply20 days
I think this shows the family issue (sickness) was real and now he will be close to home. I wish him luck and glad we don't have to face him in the SEC!
Reply20 days
Why is he doing this??????
Reply20 days
Still waiting on said answer
19 days
hate to lose him....big get for TCU he will be a star for them.
Reply20 days
Shocked
Reply20 days
Bye
Reply20 days
I do not agree with your comments. Closer to home my ass. College kids all over the country play away from home. If you commit,stand by your word. If he is fortunate to play in the pros will he only play for Dallas or Houston so he can stay close to Mommy and Daddy?
Reply20 days
I agree. What do you think is the real reason?
20 days
Not if u have a sick parent and dont wanna miss the chance to visit before death idk the situation on his father tho thought he was sick
20 days
If plays in the pros he'll be able to take a flight to stay close to mommy and daddy. "Stand by your word"...jesus h, some of you are so f'ing naive.
19 days
Well this freakin sucks.
Reply20 days
I haven't been this disappointed since I got sucked into the hype train of Phelon Jones. Wish the best but wish he could have found it here.
Reply20 days
He was raised aboot 30 miles from his new locker.
Reply20 days
Best of luck Marcel. Would’ve loved to see you stay but you need to do what’s best for yourself and your family. TCU is getting a good one, he was just scratching the surface here of what he can be. Thanks for your hard work and thanks for being a Tiger
Reply20 days
Well he is shortening his closeness to home by 100 miles and 1 and a half hours. Still over 300 miles from Lubbock to near Dallas. Good luck Marcel. Gonna miss you.
Reply20 days
Uh, TCU is in Fort Worth. Texas Tech is in Lubbock.
20 days
I thought he was from Flower Mound? That's right next to Ft. Worth.
20 days
I just don’t understand why he can’t last just 2 more years away from home until he’s god knows where in the NFL.
Reply20 days
Good luck. Mr Brooks can play.
Reply20 days
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