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Abilene High's McMillon commits to TCU

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ABILENE, Texas - On January 5, Abilene High record-setting running back Abram Smith announced he was committing to play college football at Baylor University.

On Sunday, perhaps the biggest star on the Eagles defense made his pledge as Coy McMillon tweeted he had committed to TCU.

At the Abilene High football banquet on Monday night, McMillon said he was deciding between TCU and Baylor.

McMillon visited the campus in Fort Worth over the weekend and decided it was the best for him.

McMillon and Smith had both been verbally committed to Tulsa during their senior seasons, but both backed out.

The defensive lineman and tight end was rated as a three-star prospect, and was named a first team 3-6A all-district player on both sides of the ball.

Verbal commitments are non-binding until seniors can sign their Letter of Intent on February 1 during National Signing Day.

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