TCU reeled in a monster in the middle on Thursday night when Bryan Adams defensive tackle Joseph Broadnax decided to pull the trigger.

The 6-foot-1, 300-pounder picked the Horned Frogs over an offer from North Texas. Broadnax originally received a scholarship from TCU when he made the short trip to Fort Worth for the program’s first junior day in January.

Broadnax told Scout.com that he almost committed while on campus.

“I loved it, me and my dad loved it,” he said after his January 26th visit. “My dad was ready for me to commit and I was telling him that I love it but I plan to commit in the spring. It could even be before the spring, but I really like TCU and that’s who I’m leaning toward as my number one option.”

A month later the time was right, and Broadnax is now the eighth member of TCU’s 2015 class. Last season, Broadnax was named the 12-4A Defensive MVP after establishing himself as one of the premier interior defensive linemen in the Dallas-area.