TCU cornerback Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson announced that he will be declaring for the 2023 NFL Draft on Thursday afternoon. The Horned Frogs DB has been a cornerstone of TCU’s defense for the past four seasons and was one of the main reason’s for TCU’s national championship run.
Hodges-Tomlinson announced his decision on Twitter with a heartfelt letter to his family, coaches, and teammates as a storybook ending to a great career.
Hodges-Tomlinson addressed his career in Ft. Worth by saying, “Horned Frog nation, I give all the glory to God! It has been a journey! From getting my first start as a freshman to playing in a national championship! This program and community as one is wholehearted.”
Hodges-Tomlinson tied for third in the nation with 15 passes defended in the 2022 season while adding 50 total tackles, three interceptions, and one forced fumble. Over the course of his career, Hodges-Tominslon was a three-time First Team All-Big 12 honoree, earning the distinction in 2020, 2021, and 2022, as well as being named the winner of the 2022 Jim Thorpe Award.
As a veteran leader for Joe Gillespie’s defense, the Horned Frogs will look to their returning players for leadership while Hodges-Tomlinson takes the next step of his career in hopes of joining other Horned Frogs in the NFL.